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Poetry

  • Science & Mysticism and The Veil's Cipher

    by B Thomas Bigelow

    Existentialistic, polytheocratic, metaphysitastic and occasionally velvety smooth poetry. Now with 50% more scientitiously minded chunks of BRILLIANCE!

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    This book will be printed in tête-bêche format and only available in paperback. Science & Mysticism is the traditional front cover and text is on the right hand side. The Veil's Cipher is inverted and interleaved and will appear inverted on the left hand side until the book is flipped. Th... more

  • Of Monsters and Madness

    by Charlie Edgar
    Of Monsters & Madness is a collection of poetry about grief, betrayal, loss, and love. Eighty poems in all, this book is the first part of a two part series where the author delves into the experiences that haunt us, and the memories that drive us to madness.
  • The Never Ending Wave

    by Lizbeth Alvis
    A collection of poems by first time author Lizbeth Alvis. Discusses topics such as; family, grief, love, and womanhood. This book is a reflection of growing into your self from the point of view of an autistic, bisexual, woman. The Never Ending Wave is not heal but to feel. To feel heard, to see your darkest thoughts on page and never feel ashamed for having them. To see the words you could never say, not even whisper.
  • The Never Ending Wave

    by Lizbeth Alvis
    A collection of poems by first time author Lizbeth Alvis. Discusses topics such as; family, grief, love, and womanhood. This book is a reflection of growing into your self from the point of view of an autistic, bisexual, woman. The Never Ending Wave is not heal but to feel. To feel heard, to see your darkest thoughts on page and never feel ashamed for having them. To see the words you could never say, not even whisper.
  • A Blue Jay Outside My Window

    by Bryce Couture
    From winter's cold grasp to summer's lost afternoons, I find myself mourning memories lost at sea, on my windowsill a blue jay guides my heart to be the best and true version of me.
  • A Black Girl`s Truth

    by Destiny Gilchrist
  • Sailing In Dark Waters: A Poetry Anthology by The Mad Poet

    by Jordan Wayne Francis
    Sailing In Dark Waters Is a powerful book that has been written on many different topics. But mainly centers around dealing with Mental Health issues, the writers struggle with their faith, and life in general. The poems are beautifully written and thought provoking. Many of the poems are autobiographical especially “Love Won and Lost”, and “Once, Twice, Thrice”. “Once, Twice, Thrice” tells the writers story of his own suicide attempt. All of the poems are written in free verse poetry thou... more
  • Gusher

    by Christopher Soden

    An exploration of the life of a queer American male, born in the Bible Belt (Texas) in 1958, from childhood to adulthood, examined in meticulous, authentic, vivid poetry.

  • Telling Signs

    by Marvin J Lurie
    The poems in Telling Signs tell compelling stories with a long perspective: historical, Biblical, archaeological even to an "unimaginable future when time has swallowed us too." Evoked voices enact the randomness and unfairness of war in stories told by soldiers of the Hebrew Bible and those of both Union and Confederate soldiers of the American Civil War. The poet's intense personal engagement with the natural world begin as a child lulled to sleep by roaring waves and extends... more
  • I Am Both Woman and Child, Both Tame and Wild

    by Maggie Maze
    This book collectively presents an array of topics from my life experiences as a girl growing up in the Midwest to becoming a mature older woman in the age of social media. As both illustrator and writer I enjoy presenting an image with a brief story or verse. Many years ago my parents asked me to design a Christmas card. This is where it all started. Hand-made Christmas cards expanded into other modern American holidays, such as Halloween. Halloween is a favorite of mine as it offers up so muc... more
  • A Chained Beast

    by tiffany rhodes
    Acclaimed screenwriter and film director Tiffany Rhodes debuts her poetry collection with this astute, inspiring, and electrifyingly honest exploration of herself and our collective experience. The poems effortlessly slice through topics of abuse, trauma, doubt, self-alienation, consciousnesses, and enlightenment with harmonic precision. Rhodes demonstrates a sharp intellect grounded in her inspiring humility, calling her readers to leap off the cliff with her into the unknown depths of the p... more
  • Corvix

    by Valentin Per Lind
    Corvix is the definitive collection of Valentin Per Lind’s poetry, written between 1985 and 2022, complete with the original author’s notes that explore the central themes of the poems and the inspiration behind them. The book, then, differs from a conventional volume of poetry and assumes the form of a series of poems and essays which range from the Romantic tradition to gritty social realism. Adopting an experimental approach to rhyme and meter, and frequently mixing prose and poetic styles, ... more
  • In the Cosmic Fugue

    by Jocelyn Heath
    In the Cosmic Fugue takes its title from Carl Sagan's Cosmos: while we on Earth believe in our own importance, we are but one voice in the cacophony of the universe. My collection likewise takes its spirit from Cosmos, as it is an attempt to make sense of both suburban adolescence and the chaos of emerging queer identity. Journeying from earth to space and back, the speaker must separate herself from expectation and discover how to live as her true self. Through science and human connection, she... more
  • Uncle John's Haiku

    by John Hamley
    An introduction to haiku followed by a potpourri of 85 of the author's own haiku mixed in with his thoughts on them and on Western haiku in general, all spiced up with photos, anecdotes, and snippets of information on the author and his world. Designed to be fun to read and food for thought.
  • Myth Takes

    by A Gee
    Whether you carry around an encyclopedic knowledge of the Iliad and the Odyssey or think your Ajaxes belong in the cabinet under the sink, you'll enjoy the sonic feast within these pages, which reexamine the Greek myths with purposeful typos, a nod to modern sensibilities and literate, joyful wordplay.
  • Golphino

    by Michelle Blower
    This is a poem yet a story. There are perfect skies, sandy beaches, the hue and cry of tourists, hustlers and sea-birds. There is an abandoned hotel where you can check in and check out whenever you want. This is a story of being missing. Of surviving. Of seeking the missing piece. The missing peace....And like the ocean, there is an undercurrent, often hidden, yet a strong force. Sometimes this energy can pull you under. It is easy to disappear.
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