• Against the terrible death 

    Narendorf, Bryan (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    Against the Terrible Death is a collection of poems about the intersections of history, ancient and comtemporary, personal and public. The collection is prefaced by an introductory essay that explores the necessity of ...
  • The diminishing house 

    Beer, Nicky (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    The Diminishing House is a collection of poems in three sections. The first section begins with a series of childhood confrontations of mortality; the poems in the following two sections strive to transcend the ensuing ...
  • Man on extremely small island 

    Koo, Jason (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    Man on extremely small island is a collection of poems in four sections. The sections follows the seasons. The poems in the first section urge a movement outward (a "spring motion"), and are generally exuberant, hopeful, ...
  • Prop rockery 

    Rosko, Emily, 1979- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    Prop Rockery is a collection of poems in three sections. This collection is interested in two modes of poetic voice - a more brazen, maximalist mode and a more subdued, speculative mode. Overall, these poems attempt to ...
  • Still life with rooms people live in 

    Buchsbaum, Julie (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    The following is a collection of poems about the transience of the human world, poems which combine an elegiac embracing of our own insignificance and an existentialist panic rendered in lyrical diction that is both sensuous ...