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Bruised Totems: Poems Based on the Bareiss Family Collection of African Art

As co-sponsors of the 2004 African Literature Association’s 30th annual conference, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries published a chapbook of African poetry. Kwame Dawes’ Bruised Totems, an original poetry chapbook […]

Chevalier John Taylor, England’s Early Oculist: Pretender or Pioneer?

Parallel Press is pleased to announce the publication of Chevalier John Taylor, England’s Early Oculist: Pretender or Pioneer?, by UW professor and physician Daniel M. Albert and Sarah L. Atzen. […]

Echo

This title from Parallel Press is the product of an artistic collaboration between two former UW–Madison professors and administrators. In Echo, the poetry by Blair Mathews and the paintings by […]

Encore: More of Parallel Press Poets

Encore: More of Parallel Press Poets is an anthology of poetry from Parallel Press poets. The collection is wonderfully representative of the poetry chapbook series that started in 1999. Each […]

Family Reunion: Reflections Carved in Sand and Stone

Robert G.Toomey was born in 1928 and grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, where he attended a Catholic high school and (after a stint in the U.S. Army) received bachelor’s and […]

Fashioned Pleasures: Twenty-Four Poets Play Bout-Rimés with a Shakespearean Sonnet

The idea that would be collectively borrowed to generate the sonnets gathered herein occurred to Stephen Cushman when he came upon a photograph of his young son playing “dress-up”: just […]

Forward – Best Young Poets 2005

Forward is a collection of poetry showcasing the work of UW-Madison’s second-year Masters of Fine Arts graduate writing students and the undergraduate winners, honorable mentions, and finalists of the 2005 […]

Forward – Best Young Poets 2006

Forward is a collection of poetry showcasing the work of UW–Madison’s first-year Masters of Fine Arts writing students and the undergraduate winners, honorable mentions, and finalists of the 2006 George […]

If the Whole Body Dies: Raphael Lemkin and the Treaty Against Genocide

If the Whole Body Dies: Raphael Lemkin and the Treaty Against Genocide by Robert Skloot explores the life and career of Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959). Lemkin’s obsession with stopping genocide (a […]

Love & Lust: An Anthology

Love and Lust: An Anthology features poetry by: Marilyn Annucci, Bridget Brown, Robin Chapman, Rhonda Lee, Andrea Potos, Eve Robillard, Nicky Sund, Katrin Talbot, Marilyn Taylor, and Lauranne Bailey & […]

Poems of Dennis Brutus: A Checklist, 1945-2004

Dennis Brutus is a world-renowned South African poet, scholar and activist. In 2004, he turned 80 years old and it seems fitting to honor the occasion by producing Poems of […]

The Friends of the UW-Madison Libraries: A History of the First Sixty Years

The Friends of the UW-Madison Libraries: A History of the First Sixty Years was written by Christopher Kleinhenz, former president of the Friends and professor of French & Italian at […]

To Sit Beside a Bird is Infinite Enough

David Hayman sailed to Paris in 1950, convinced that poetry was his destiny. He told friends of his calling and even submitted “poems” to a fledgling periodical. He wrote his […]

Wind Chill Factor: Translations of the Cold

The Wind Chill Factor project began as an exhibit created for the UW-Madison Memorial Library. The overarching idea of the project was to have UW-Madison graduate students from around the […]

You Can’t Be Serious

As the title suggests, Wallace revels in playfulness with this collection of sonnets after the classic Japanese haiku masters. For each poem, the last word of each line, read vertically […]