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Kim Addonizio's Tell Me (2000) contains deeply personal poetry that strives to show the darkness and light of her own experiences. Her subjects include family, love, heartbreak, and confession.

Written by Addonizio and Laux, The Poet's Companion: A Guide to the Pleasures of Writing Poetry (1997) is the poets' effort to share their wisdom and encouragement with would-be poets. They offer chapters on subject matter, the elements and craft of writing, and the life of a poet.

Compiled by Richard Ellman, The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry (2nd ed., 1988) offers anyone interested in sampling modern poetry a wide range of writers, styles, and subjects. The introduction to each poet's section gives the reader background and context that helps to better understand and appreciate the poet's work.

Laux's What We Carry (1994), is considered by critics to be a good representation of her work...

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