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Blessing the Boats: New and Selected Poems 1988-2000

by Lucille Clifton

This long-awaited collection from one of the most distinguished poets working today includes new poems written during the past four years as well as generous selections from previous collections.

The Book of Light: Poems

by Lucille Clifton

Twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in poetry, Clifton extends her already formidable powers of revelation with these new poems. Her song springs almost spontaneously from her imagination to stitch surreality with concrete imagery drawn from temporal reality, revealing an essential mystery and wisdom from within.

The Lucky Stone

by Lucille Clifton

For use in schools and libraries only. Four interrelated stories focus on a lucky stone that brings freedom, love, and good fortune to its owners, four generations of black women.

Mercy

by Lucille Clifton

This is a series of poems

The Terrible Stories

by Lucille Clifton

The long-awaited tenth collection of poetry from the Shelley Memorial Prize-winning poet Lucille Clifton.

Voices: Poems

by Lucille Clifton

In 2007, Lucille Clifton became the first African American woman to win the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, one of the most prestigious American poetry awards and one of the largest literary honors for work in the English language. Clifton has also won the National Book Award in poetry for Blessing the Boats (BOA Editions, 2000), and is the only author ever to have two collections,Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir (BOA Editions, 1987) and Next: New Poems (BOA Editions, 1987), named finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in one year. In Voices, Clifton continues her celebrated aesthetic of writing poems for the disempowered and the underprivileged while finding humor and redemption among life's many hardships. This book also highlights Clifton's ability to write inventive dramatic monologues. Voices includes monologues spoken by animals, as well as by the food product spokespeople Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben, and the apparently nameless guy on the Cream of Wheat box.

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