By: Amanda Moore
Narrated by: Amanda Moore
Length: 1 hours 56 minutes
A collection of poetry from the 2020 winner of the National Poetry Series, selected by Ocean Vuong
Engaging the matriarchal structure of the beehive, Amanda Moore explores the various roles a woman plays in the family, the home, and the world at large. Beyond the productivity and excess, the sweetness and sting, Requeening brings together poems...
By: Connor Franta
Narrated by: Connor Franta
Length: 3 hours 47 minutes
The New York Times bestselling author of A Work in Progress and Note to Self moves fully into adulthood with his illuminating, soulful, bleeding collection of narrative, poetry, and original film photography.
Humanitarian, entrepreneur, and content creator Connor Franta first captivated readers with A Work In Progress, ruminating on his... Read more »
By: Sabrina Benaim
Narrated by: Sabrina Benaim
Length: 1 hours 32 minutes
From one of the most-viewed spoken word poets of all time, a poetry collection exploring themes of loneliness, anxiety and longing, while also celebrating the gifts that come with being alone—the chance to live on your own terms, to learn to love yourself without any distractions, and to become your own biggest champion.
Over the past few years,... Read more »
By: Maurice Riordan
Narrated by: Maurice Riordan
Throughout the poems in Shoulder Tap, with their roaming sense of first-person, there is depth at work where the speakers' minds are cavernous and echoic, primal and sophisticated, observant and raw, in and out of control of themselves. The effect is thrilling and unpredictable, at once a dark art and an illumination of behaviour and unease and... Read more »Learn more
By: Plamen Sivov
Narrated by: Plamen Sivov
Plamen Sivov was born in Bulgaria in 1970. He is a recognised singer-songwriter, poet and journalist, holding a number of national poetry awards and recognitions. His poetry has been translated in English, Russian and Polish. This book presents 17 of his poems, translated by Diana Stefanova.
Sivov manages to convey the singularity of an...Read more » Learn more
By: Edgar Allan Poe
Narrated by: Samuel Blanco
Poema " el cuervo" escrito por Edgar Allan Poe.
El cuervo es un poema narrativo, publicado por primera vez en 1845. Constituye su composición poética más famosa, .Actualizado al siglo xxi con efectos musicales y sonoros que crean una la atmósfera sobrenatural .
Changes en la web www.fiftysounds.com
Gracias Edgar Allan Poe y FiftysoundsRead more » Learn more
By: Tomás Q. Morín
Narrated by: Tomás Q. Morín
Length: 59 minutes
This fresh voice in American poetry wields lyric pleasure and well-honed insight against a cruel century that would kill us with a thousand cuts.
"Morín's writing uses the mundane details of everyday life . . . as a jumping-off point for creating fascinating and philosophical worlds." —LitHub
"Dios aprieta, pero no ahorca" ("God squeezes, but He... Read more »
By: Amanda Lovelace
Narrated by: Amanda Lovelace
Length: 37 minutes
in her new standalone poetry collection, flower crowns & fearsome things, bestselling & award-winning poetess amanda lovelace explores the complexity of femininity through alternating wildflower & wildfire poems.
within these pages, you will find that each of us has the ability to be both soft & fierce at the same time. there is... Read more »
By: Teresa K. Miller
Narrated by: Teresa K. Miller
Length: 42 minutes
A collection that explores inherited trauma on an individual and communal level, from a National Poetry Series–winning poet who “refus[es] the mind’s limits” (Carol Muske-Dukes)
Borderline Fortune is a meditation on intangible family inheritance—of unresolved intergenerational conflicts and traumas in particular—set against the backdrop of our... Read more »
By: Blake Auden
Narrated by: Jonathan Cowley
Length: 44 minutes
Murmuration is a year's worth of emotions, anxious thoughts, and panic attacks, each one a beating wing in the mind of the author.
This book is an attempt to create something beautiful from this chaos; to make sense of the things we dare not breathe to life. Focusing on loss, heartbreak, mental health, and the impact of isolation on a tired... Read more »
By: Calvin Arsenia
Narrated by: Calvin Arsenia
Length: 1 hours 10 minutes
“Glowing with warmth, vulnerability, and a heavy heart, Arsenia’s intimate reflections depict the past and present wrestling within the individual as he endeavors to chart his own course in the world.”—Atwood Magazine
Both a journey of individual healing and a call for action, these poems show that, with a little love and acceptance, anyone can... Read more »
By: John Lithgow
Narrated by: John Lithgow
Length: 1 hours 44 minutes
The next book in John Lithgow's New York Times bestselling series
Following the success of New York Times bestsellers Dumpty and Trumpty Dumpty Wanted a Crown, award-winning actor, author, and illustrator John Lithgow presents the third book in his runaway hit series. A Confederacy of Dumptys takes us through a history of twenty-five "American... Read more »
By: Пламен Сивов
Narrated by: Пламен Сивов
„Държавата на другия живот“ съдържа 70 избрани стихотворения на Пламен Сивов, писани в периода 1992-2016 г. Книгата е оформена в 4 раздела – „По стръмните пътеки на душата“, „Жената, която се връща“, „Една октава тишина“ и „Фонтан в дъжда“. 45 от стихотворенията са и песни, включени в соловите албуми на Пламен Сивов и в албумите на "Точка БГ".
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By: Kevin Young
Narrated by: Kevin Young
Length: 51 minutes
A book of loss, looking back, and what binds us to life, by a towering poetic talent, called "one of the poetry stars of his generation" (Los Angeles Times).
"We sleep long, / if not sound," Kevin Young writes early on in this exquisite gathering of poems, "Till the end/ we sing / into the wind." In scenes and settings that circle family and the... Read more »
By: Ellen Palestrant
Narrated by: Ellen Palestrant
Length: 28 minutes
I Touched a Star in My Dream Last Night is a collection of poems to be enjoyed by all ages such as "Midnight Sleep", "TenAnts!", "Day-Not-Long-Enuffis", "Big Band", "Groom in the Moon", "Froggy Goes to Boggywood" and "Zwervland in the Sky." Written, illustrated and narrated by Ellen Palestrant, these poems are imaginative, dream-like, lyrical,...Read more » Learn more
By: Makenzie Campbell
Narrated by: Em Eldridge
Length: 1 hours 16 minutes
From the author of the wildly successful 2am Thoughts and Nineteen comes Rooms of the Mind—a journey into the parts of our psyche that can either hide and protect us or expose us to all that exists. Here you'll find an exploration of pain, heartbreak, and wonder at what the world might bring us next. Read more »Learn more
Diary entries, medical records, book reports, phone calls, dates (the romantic kind), dreams, index cards, passive aggressive post-it notes, stories, emails to professors, dates (the month/day kind), worries, and resumes that never led to job interviews... Read more »Learn more
By: Sean Avery Medlin
Narrated by: Sean Avery Medlin
Length: 3 hours 9 minutes
"September’s Most Anticipated LGBTQIA+ Literature" —Lambda Literary
"Most-Anticipated New LGBTQIA+ Books of 2021" —Paperback Paris
"An elegant mash of memoir, poetry, tales of appropriation, thoughts on Black masculinity, Hulk, Kanye." —Christopher Borrelli, Chicago Tribune
808s & Otherworlds announces a bold and incendiary new voice in Sean...Read more » Learn more
By: Phillip B. Williams
Narrated by: Phillip B. Williams
Length: 1 hours 55 minutes
From the critically acclaimed author of Thief in the Interior who writes with "a lucid, unmitigated humanity" (Boston Review), a startling new collection about revolt and renewal
Mutiny: a rebellion, a subversion, an onslaught. In poems that rebuke classical mythos and western canonical figures, and embrace Afro-Diasporanfolk and spiritual... Read more »
By: Robin Coste Lewis
Narrated by: Robin Coste Lewis
Length: 3 hours 4 minutes
WINNER OF THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD
A stunning poetry debut: this meditation on the black female figure throughout time introduces us to a brave and penetrating new voice.
Robin Coste Lewis’s electrifying collection is a triptych that begins and ends with lyric poems considering the roles desire and race play in the construction of the self. The...
By: Tina Schumann
Narrated by: Tina Schumann
Length: 1 hours 21 minutes
This full collection of fifty-six poems reflecting on the concept of self, loss, fragility, and the constructs we must create in order to face the transient nature of life was named a finalist in the National Poetry Series, The New Issues Poetry Prize, The Four Way Books Intro Prize, and others. It was also listed as a “remarkable work” in the...Read more » Learn more
By: Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D.
Narrated by: Sean Pratt & Marguerite Gavin
Length: 9 hours 13 minutes
Poetry to Heal, Inspire and Enjoy
Poetry Rx presents fifty great poems as seen through the eyes of a renowned psychiatrist and New York Times bestseller. In this book, you will find insights into love, sorrow, ecstasy and everything in between: Love in the moment or for a lifetime; love that is fulfilling or addictive; when to break up and how... Read more »
By: Gordon Downie
Narrated by: Dan Ayckroyd, Robbie Baker, Clare Downie, Clemens Downie, Lou Downie, Willo Downie, Johnny Fay, Sarah Harmer, Dave "Billy Ray" Koster, Paul Langlois, Ron MacLean, Bruce McCulloch, Kaya Usher & Various
Length: 1 hours 4 minutes
Gordon Downie, lead singer and lyricist for the popular Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, released his first solo record, Coke Machine Glow in Spring 2001. Alongside the album, his first book of poetry and prose under the same title was published, including the lyrics to the sixteen songs on the record. Now, on the 20th anniversary year of... Read more »Learn more