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The New Life Poems by Richard Tillinghast ISBN 978-0-914278-83-2 $13.00 US
The New Life, which takes its title from Dante’s celebration of courtly love, La Vita Nuova, is a journey through romantic love, the deaths of old friends, the ironies of history, and the losses and epiphanies of a long life of exploration and discovery.
Choice Words Poems by Randy Blasing ISBN 0-914278-82-7 $15.00 US
Copper Beech Press Editor, Randy Blasing’s collection of new poems and a complilation of his past six collections
Copper Beech celebrates thirty years of publishing the finest contemporary poets with a first collection of poems—by a long-time professor of English at Amherst College—almost as many years in the making, one of the most accomplished debuts in recent American poetry.
Second Home Poems by Randy Blasing ISBN 0-914278-79-7 $12.00 US
The sixth collection by the acclaimed author of GRAPHIC SCENES (Persea, 1994) and THE DOUBLE HOUSE OF LIFE (Persea, 1989)
Naked As Eve Poems by Rebecca McClanahan ISBN 0-914278-78-9 $11.00 US
The fourth collection of prize-winning poems by a Carolina-bred New York poet, who is also an essayist and a short-story writer, noted for her witty and profound meditations on such topics as dirty words and infidelity, children and poetry, desire and dying.
Published by Copper Beech in 1985, this long out-of-print first collection by a California poet has been reissued at last by popular demand fueled by the many readers of her work in The New Yorker and in such anthologies as J.D. McClatchy’s VINTAGE BOOK OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POETRY and Dana Gioia’s TWENTIETH-CENTURY AMERICAN POETRY.