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My Alexandria
(1993)
Mark Doty

 



University of Illinois Press General Catalogue
 

2015
Salt Moon, by Noel Crook

2009
Use Trouble, by Michael S. Harper
A Map of the Night, by David Wagoner

2008
Spring, by Oni Buchanan

2007
Michelangelo's Seizure, by Steve Gehrke
Viel and Burn, by Laurie Clements Lambeth

2005
The Welcome, by David Friedman

2004
Shiva's Drum, by Stephen Cramer
In the Black Window : new and selected poems, by Michael Van Walleghen
A Deed to the Light, by Jeanne Murray Walker

2003
Rhythm and Booze, by Julie Kane
Arts of a Cold Sun, by G. E. Murray
Barter, by Ira Sadoff
The Hollow Log Lounge, by R. T. Smith

2002
X =, by Stephen Berg
Theory of Devolution, by David Groff
Guide to the Blue Tongue, by Virgil Suarez
The House of Song, by David Wagoner
Poems, by William Carlos Williams

2001
On a Wing of the Sun : three volumes of poetry, by Jim Barnes
House of Poured-Out Waters, by Jane Mead
The Silent Singer : new and selected poems, by Len Roberts
The Salt Hour, by J. P. White
Manderley, by Rebecca Wolff

2000
The Iron City, by John Bensko
Turtle, Swan & Bethlehem in Broad Daylight : two volumes of poetry, by Mark Doty
Songlines in Michaeltree : new and collected poems, by Michael S. Harper
Pursuit of a Wound, by Sydney Lea
The Pebble : old and new poems, by Mairi MacInnes
Renunciation, by Corey Marks
Chance Ransom, by Kevin Stein

1999
So Often the Pitcher Goes to Water Until It Breaks, by Rigoberto Gonzalez
Turn Thanks, by Lorna Goodison
Traveling Light : collected and new poems, by David Wagoner
Some Jazz a While : collected poems, by Miller Williams

1998
The Rooster Mask, by Henry Hart
Lost Wax, by Heather Ramsdell
The Trouble-Making Finch, by Len Roberts
Grazing, by Ira Sadoff
Moon in a Mason Jar ; and, What My Father Believed : two volumes of poetry, by Robert Wrigley

1997
Paris, by Jim Barnes
Nine Skies, by A. V. Christie
Rough Cut, by Thomas Swiss
The Ways We Touch, by Miller Williams

1996
The Broken World, by Marcus Cafagna
Dance Script with Electric Ballerina, by Alice Fulton
The Tracks We Leave : poems on endangered wildlife of North America, by Barbara Helfgott Hyett
To the Bone : new and selected poems, by Sydney Lea
Floating on Solitude : three volumes of poetry, by Dave Smith
Bruised Paradise, by Kevin Stein
Walt Whitman Bathing, by David Wagoner

1995
Oblivion, by Stephen Berg
The Dig ; and, Hotel fiesta, by Lynn Emanuel
To Us, All Flowers Are Roses, by Lorna Goodison
Honorable Amendments, by Michael S. Harper
Points of Departure, by Dan Pagis
Theater of Animals, by Samn Stockwell
Points of Departure, by Miller Williams

1994
The High Road to Taos, by Martin Edmunds
Off-Season at the Edge of the World, by Debora Greger
Counting the Black Angels, by Len Roberts

1993
My Alexandria, by Mark Doty
New and Selected Poems, 1962-92, by Laurence Lieberman
The God of Indeterminacy, by Sandra McPherson

1992
The Sawdust War, by Jim Barnes
The Dig, by Lynn Emanuel
The Double Reckoning of Christopher Columbus, 3 August-12 October 1492, by Barbara Helfgott Hyett
Walking the Blind Dog, by G. E. Murray
Chicago Poems, by Carl Sandburg

1991
In Plain Sight : obsessions, morals & domestic laughter, by Michael Anania
The Surface, by Laura Mullen
What My Father Believed, by Robert Wrigley

1990
Stubborn, by Roland Flint
Great Blue : new and selected poems, by Brendan Galvin
Waiting for Poppa at the Smithtown Diner, by Peter Serchuk

1989
Eden, by Dennis Schmitz
Blue Tango, by Michael Van Walleghen
The Great Bird of Love, by Paul Zimmer

1988
The Hand of God and a Few Bright Flowers, by William Olsen
Fables, Foibles, and Foobles, by Carl Sandburg
Bad Girl, with Hawk, by Nance Van Winckel

1987
Lower-Class Heresy, by T. R. Hummer
Cities in Motion, by Sylvia Moss

1986
In It, by Stephen Berg
Palladium, by Alice Fulton
Moon in a Mason Jar, by Robert Wrigley

1985
Dear John, Dear Coltrane, by Michael S. Harper
Healing Song for the Inner Ear, by Michael S. Harper
Poems from the Sangamon, by John Knoepfle
Eroding Witness, by Nathaniel Mackey

1984
The River Painter, by Emily Grosholz
The Passion of the Right-Angled Man, by T. R. Hummer

1983
Collected Poems, 1930-83, by Josephine Miles
Collected poems, 1930-83, by Josephine Miles

1982
The American Book of the Dead, by Jim Barnes
The Floating Candles, by Sydney Lea

1981
With Akhmatova at the Black Gates : variations, by Stephen Berg
Dream Flights, by Dave Smith
More Trouble with the Obvious, by Michael Van Walleghen

1980
Searching the Drowned Man, by Sydney Lea

1979
Goshawk, Antelope, by Dave Smith

1977
Images of Kin : new and selected poems, by Michael S. Harper

1976
Cumberland Station, by Dave Smith

1975
Nightmare Begins Rresponsibility, by Michael S. Harper
The Wichita Poems, by Michael Van Walleghen

1974
To All Appearances; poems new and selected, by Josephine Miles

1973
The Scrawny Sonnets and other narratives, by Robert Bagg

1971
History Is Your Own Heartbeat, by Michael S. Harper

University of Illinois Press's books have won the following awards:

2013
Winner of Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award
Salt Moon, by Noel Crook
 

2009
Winner of Washington State Book Awards
A Map of the Night, by David Wagoner
 

2007
Winner of National Poetry Series
Spring, by Oni Buchanan
 

2006
Winner of National Poetry Series
Viel and Burn, by Laurie Clements Lambeth
 

2005
Winner of National Poetry Series
Michelangelo's Seizure, by Steve Gehrke
 

2004
Winner of National Poetry Series
The Welcome, by David Friedman
 

2003
Winner of National Poetry Series
Shiva's Drum, by Stephen Cramer
 

2002
Winner of National Poetry Series
Rhythm and Booze, by Julie Kane
 

2001
Winner of National Poetry Series
Theory of Devolution, by David Groff
 

2000
Winner of National Poetry Series
Manderley, by Rebecca Wolff
 

1999
Winner of National Poetry Series
Renunciation, by Corey Marks
 

1998
Winner of National Poetry Series
So Often the Pitcher Goes to Water Until It Breaks, by Rigoberto Gonzalez
 

1997
Winner of National Poetry Series
Lost Wax, by Heather Ramsdell
 

1996
Winner of National Poetry Series
Nine Skies, by A. V. Christie
 

1995
Winner of National Poetry Series
The Broken World, by Marcus Cafagna
 

1994
Winner of National Poetry Series
Theater of Animals, by Samn Stockwell
 

1993
Winner of National Poetry Series
The High Road to Taos, by Martin Edmunds
 
Winner of National Book Critics Circle Award
My Alexandria, by Mark Doty
 
Winner of Los Angeles Times Book Award
My Alexandria, by Mark Doty
 

1992
Winner of National Poetry Series
My Alexandria, by Mark Doty
 

1991
Winner of National Poetry Series
The Dig, by Lynn Emanuel
 

1990
Winner of National Poetry Series
The Surface, by Laura Mullen
 

1989
Winner of National Poetry Series
Stubborn, by Roland Flint
 

1988
Winner of National Poetry Series
The Great Bird of Love, by Paul Zimmer
 

1987
Winner of National Poetry Series
The Hand of God and a Few Bright Flowers, by William Olsen
 

1986
Winner of National Poetry Series
Cities in Motion, by Sylvia Moss
 

1985
Winner of National Poetry Series
Palladium, by Alice Fulton
 

1984
Winner of National Poetry Series
Eroding Witness, by Nathaniel Mackey
 
Winner of Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize
Collected poems, 1930-83, by Josephine Miles
 

1980
Winner of James Laughlin Award
More Trouble with the Obvious, by Michael Van Walleghen
 


Winner of Angles of Ascent (W. W. Norton, 2013)
Use Trouble, by Michael S. Harper