Here is just a sampling of writings on love in all its manifestations: romantic love, familial love, spiritual love, sexual love, and more. Click on the cover images to learn more about each book below. For more writings on love, type “love” into the search box on our home page.
At twenty-four, she fell in love—with Jesus, and with another woman
Winner of the Four Lakes Prize in Poetry and the Massachusetts Book Award for Poetry
Feldman manifests the kind of love we rarely see in contemporary poetry, and this familial love pours into the world around him.
A bittersweet chronicle of the bond between Latino brothers
SOR JUANA’S LOVE POEMS
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
Translated by Joan Larkin and Jaime Manrique
Written by the visionary and passionate genius of Mexican letters, the seventeenth-century nun Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.
Finalist, National Translation Award for Poetry, American Literary Translators Association
A Choice Outstanding Academic Book
Two enduring bodies of love poetry from the ancient Near East.
Artist-couples combine their talents to form a collective identity as a professional team.