- The Game in Reverse: Poems
- Born in 1962 in Bangladesh to Muslim parents, Nasrin, a physician, is one of the Muslim world's most daring--and reviled--feminists. The poems in this, her first book to be translated into English (some of these poems have appeared in the the New Yorker, Grand Street and other publications), passionately rebuke Islam and its attitude toward women.
- If My Soul Could Talk
- These poems are perfectly balanced between the scholarly, the religious, the personal and the contemporary view a young woman has of herself and of the world she lives in. --A. J. MuhammedAn excellent book of poems that speaks about many women through the voice of one woman. --Earl B. Tuck.
- Word Comix: Poems
- "Smith writes with a scalding aortal brilliance that leaves the reader drunk on dream." The New York Times Book Review --This text refers to the Paperback edition.