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  • A Few of My Favourite Things

    by A. J. Ross-Etheridge
    Consisting of a selection of anecdotes, advice, laughter and love, this book of poetry is a real glimpse inside the writer’s mind. The author has written from the heart, taking her material from real-life stories, experiences and everyday observations. The author’s mum is one of the very unfortunate people suffering from Alzheimer’s, which is how this book came about. She needed to find a way to channel her emotions and raise money for Alzheimer’s research at the same time. Therefore, for every ... more
  • Good Morning to Everyone Except Men Who Name Their Dogs Zeus

    by Lannie Stabile
    Good Morning to Everyone Except Men Who Name Their Dogs Zeus is a poetry collection that challenges Greek mythology, sexual assault, and men obsessed with other powerful men.
  • Dusty Memories... Unfinished

    by Anand Ahuja
    Discover, feel and believe in the raw power of unrequited love. To fall in love—body, mind and soul! Ah, every person's dream! And for it to be unreciprocated—every lover's biggest nightmare… or so they believe! But that's not always true—there is another perspective, that of unrequited love! Unrequited—yes, but unfulfilling—definitely not. It surpasses the deepest of emotions, for there’s no expectation, so no hurt. And when you have nothing to lose, you give it your all. Thes... more
  • Detachable Sleeves

    by Smita Jha
    Detachable Sleeves is a collection of twenty poems that have been written with simplicity and pure emotions. Most of these poems stem from the internal monologues of the poet, some from moments of vulnerability and loss, and some from moments of strength and hope. There is a desire in them to reach out to those who can find their own tunes in these words, and take a moment to just feel, heal, find hope, and smile, one poem at a time.
  • Fading

    by Stephen R. Clark
    This is Stephen's third volume of poetry. Moving past middle age into the final stages of life, these 74-plus poems reflect on a life lived and the memories accumulated. He reminisces about the frustrations of childhood, the anxieties of teenagers, and the challenges of adulthood. There is both sorrow and celebration, a recognition of necessary losses balanced by an awareness of hope. Death comes to all, but so does resurrection. For some, this realization is filled with terror or despair. For S... more
  • She: A Love Story Told In Verse

    by Alexander Bentley
    This poetry book is divided into seven parts, telling the remarkable story of Night and Luna, through their initial courtship, budding romance, relationship struggles, and overcoming the distance that separates them. True life characters based on the author and his long-distance girlfriend. A refreshingly different verse novel about a Poet and his Muse.
  • The Sum of Who You Are

    by Winifred Smith Eure
    Times like these, during the Covid-19 Pandemic, afford us the opportunity of spending more times alone. We can drown ourselves in self-pity or choose to make the most of it. We can take a closer, better look at ourselves, the outer and inner appearance and ask ourselves, if we like what we see? If not we have the time to work on ourselves and make creative and enduring changes. My book The Sum of Who You Are shines a spotlight on those things that have concerned me and perhaps you as I take a ... more
  • Courting Rejection

    by B. Harlan Deemer
    This book includes 40 years of writing seeking clarity and understanding, touching on most life topics : love, sex, politics, religion, faith, death. One chapter is reserved to translations of and originals written by the author in foreign languages. This is the author’s second self-published book of poetry, following Having Words Together. The author has lived in the United States, Germany and Sweden and has recently retired to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula after living 30 years in Chicago.
  • If I Settle Down...: Poems

    by Charles B. Cross

    "What I find most compelling about Charles Cross's poetry is his profound relationship with words, his ability to stitch together exquisite images the way a talented quilter brings together pieces of fabric to create something endearing and warm, full of life and history. With his words, Cross plunges us into a world of coonhounds and bothersome flies, revolution, and a timeless sense of place in the Appalachian mountains. His poetic style is rooted in the classics in both form and c... more

  • Beautiful Heartbreak

    by Perry Kay

    "Beautiful Heartbreak" is a seamlessly weaved story of Depression, PTSD, and Anorexia, depicted through a collection of poems. Perry Kay opens a little crack in the world of those who battle their minds every day.
    From the depths of pain and despair beautiful art was born, hence the title "Beautiful Heartbreak". Through every step in her recovery and personal journey, Perry writes poetry. Her goal with this book is to spread more Mental Health awareness and to normali... more


    by Richard Gilmore Loftus

    Autumn is a collection of poems that surprise in the turns they take as they explore beginnings and endings—in life and companionship. The work is achieved through solid images absent an editorial voice that sometimes can slip into poetic writing. The images and the ideas they conjure stay with the reader, summon hope and memory, and invite the reader to revisit the book and its pages.

  • American Junkie - "Life, Love, and Loss" A Poetry Collection

    by James Hamilton
    American Junkie "Life, Love, and Loss" marks the first internationally published collection of poetry from Author James Hamilton. The collection is an original, unflinching, and visceral look into the sometimes shocking, personal drug culture in America. The afflicted, sometimes gloss over the ghastly damage inflicted on lovers and other family members, however, "Junkie" aims to give these forgotten victims a voice in the mire.
  • You and Me: Memoirs and Poetry

    by Brittanie Channel Muse
    You and Me is a collection of memoirs and poetry detailing defining moments and interactions in the author's life. You and Me offers a unique perspective on managing the emotions many of us face. It is a bold tale of love and all of the steps to reach it. What journey have you travelled loving others? What journey have you travelled loving yourself?

    by Joiya Morrison-Efemini
    Like carving stone, DARKER SISTER sculpts the experiences of one American woman into effigies impossible to forget. DARKER SISTER extracts the splinters left by second-class citizenship and whittles them down to righteous anger, tolerant teaching, and, finally; miraculous forgiveness.
  • Serendipity and Craic

    by Alan Clegg
    What a colourful life the author of these poems has led and it certainly shows in his various works. I love that they are not all of the same cloth from a subject and mood perspective. From the seriousness of What land is this I gaze upon? with its uplifting, almost spiritual words which build up the scene so masterfully to the tongue-in-cheek humour of Gary the Grasshopper, - the Matatu and -the Auldest Swinger in Town, the diversity is fabulous. As whole I found the poetry extremely clever and... more
  • Balancing

    by Kathleen Ernst
    The poems in Kathleen Ernst’s Balancing were inspired by the experiences of women who, in the 19th and early 20th centuries, sought new homes in the Upper Midwest. The first waves of pioneers, predominantly Yankees from northeastern states, were soon followed by European immigrants. Few women recorded their struggles and satisfactions, but by juxtaposing research and imagination, Kathleen breathes new life into their forgotten stories.