Tag Archives: Kay Ryan

Say Uncle

“A poetry collection that marries wit and wisdom more brilliantly than any I know. . . . Poetry as statement and aphorism is rarely…

The Niagara River

“Kay Ryan can take any subject and make it her own. Her poems–which combine extreme concision and formal expertise with broad subjects and deep…

Erratic Facts

Pulitzer Prize winner Kay Ryan returns with an all-new full-length collection of poems. “Witty, rebellious, and yet tender, [her poetry is] a treasure trove…

Elephant Rocks

“The music of these poems is every bit as seductive as their reasoning. Her thinking flaunts the plush, irresistible textures of organic growth; we’d…

The Best of It

“Melancholy lucidity is Ryan’s greatest gift, and it can be heard in all her most successful poems. But her most startling discovery is that…