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  • Not Your Happy Dance

    by Ryan Scariano

    The poems in Not Your Happy Dance seek out the sublime in the heartbreak and desolation of everyday life.

  • How the Wind Calls the Restless

    by Emily DeYoung
    'How the Wind Calls the Restless' is a collection of poems written by Emily DeYoung, starting in her teenage years and continuing throughout the transition from adolescence into adulthood. The collection takes on a relatable, internal struggle as a young woman grows restless and resistant to conventionality and conformity. She turns down college offers and chooses instead to backpack around the world. The pieces all contain a certain level of honesty, sometimes taking on darker tones and sometim... more
  • Moonglow on Mercy Street

    by John Biscello
    These fifty poems, most of them written in 2020, comprise a kaleidoscopic palette of tones, moods and styles, in crafting living mythology from the world at large and within. Metamorphic bop, scat-alchemy, bare bones blues and gospel, love songs and odes, pagan pop, and cinematic remixes, make of Moonglow on Mercy Street a free-range concert aimed at the imagination and the senses. And, as a lyrical pilgrimage fueled by hope and wonder, it stands as a shining testament to Henry Miller's claim th... more
  • When Wolves Become Birds

    by Alise Versella
    When Wolves Become Birds is poetry about women becoming powerful and, "making their own heavens from the pearly gates of their teeth / a smile that bites back / like a dog in the junkyard…" When Wolves Become Birds asks, "so what if we scratch a little, if we sting a little, if the blood reminds the spineless we are still here?" This is Olivia Gatwood’s New American Best Friend meets Silver RavenWolf’s To Stir a Magick Cauldron, casting and conjuring female empowerment with the talons of... more
  • Anything That Happens

    by Cheryl Wilder

    At the age of twenty, Cheryl Wilder got behind the wheel when she was too drunk to drive. She emerged from the car physically whole. Her passenger, a close friend, woke up from a coma four months later with a life-changing brain injury. Anything That Happens follows her journey from a young adult consumed by shame and self-hatred to a woman she can live with... and even respect. Along the way, Wilder marries, has a son, divorces, and cares for her dying mother. Anything That Happ... more

  • An Enquiry into the Delight of Existence and the Sublime

    by H.K.G Lowery
    In his debut collection of poetry, H. K. G. Lowery explores a journey incorporating all the natural anxieties and pains of living, leading to an understanding of real forgiveness and redemption. From the first poem of the collection, An Ode to Father John Misty, he sets the scene touching on societal issues such as racism, homophobia, religion, addiction and consumerism. The darkness of such issues, as well as other emotional issues, are given light gradually when he journeys into the positive a... more
  • To Hear His Voice: Poem and Devotional Book

    by Catherine Posey
    Life is full of challenges, troubles, heartaches, and fears—but there is no reason for us to endure bearing these burdens on our own. Not only did Jesus Christ die for our sins—so we may have everlasting life with Him—but He desires that we follow Him, so that we can hear His voice. When life gets hard, we have a Shepherd, our Saviour Jesus Christ, who gives us comfort. When we don't know which direction to turn, He guides us down the right path. When we feel weak and overwhelmed, He strengthens... more
  • Rage, Recovery, and Calm: A Year in Poetry

    by Amanda JS Kaufmann
    It's midlife and you're burned out. In the ashes, you're trying to chart a new course in life that is true to your spirit. What does that look like? In this collection of experimental haiku and photographs, artist Amanda JS Kaufmann shares a turning-point year in her life of working through midlife crisis, recovery, and being herself.
  • Blooming in the Dark

    by Jennifer LeBlanc, Kirsten McNeill
    In this collection of poetry, co-writers Jennifer LeBlanc and Kirsten McNeill explore what it means to thrive in the absence of light. There is beauty in the darkness. Open your heart and let in the night.
  • I Do Heroin On The Train Line So You Don’t Have To: A Hitchhiker’s Guide To My Galaxie

    by Melodie Yvonne
    Not a lot of people know that I ran away from home at 16. And I never went back. Some days I don’t know how I’ve made it this far... and then I remember maybe I haven’t made it. It’s been a very long life, and I’ve lived through and done some rough things that I’d never wish on anyone. I’m lucky the people I hurt have been able to forgive me, and that through it all I’m not dead. This is a project that looks back on the time I spent living on the streets from town to town and place to place as w... more
  • The Fire In A Woman's Belly

    by madison meadows
    'The Fire in a Woman's Belly 1' is about surviving and healing from narcissistic abuse. The poetry moves through the landscape of anger by addressing it and feeling its power, to a quest of transmuting the wounds into beauty caused by the narcissist; and lastly, transforming it through a level of awareness that gives inner strength and a deeper understanding of oneself. This is for any woman who's healing from the abuse of a narcissist.
  • Positive Mind Waves

    by Olivia Kiskaden
    Bring light into your darkest days. Encourage positivity by igniting the powers within. Positive Mind Waves contains 32 pages of poems, each dedicated to uplift and enlighten. This chapbook has one theme to empower the mind and help manifest more positive thoughts.
  • Scribbles of the mind

    by Elie Azar
    This book is for all the people who found themselves unable to share their emotional burdens with the people they care about. To the people that weren’t able to give justice to their feelings, and to the fire running through their veins. To the ones that got so insecure, that the words of those around them became the bricks of the walls they built around themselves. I hope my book will make anyone who reads it feel less alone, less isolated and okay that they are unable to set free the chaos goi... more
  • Voices

    by O'Neil Pemberton
    Voices speaks to the many facets of our lives . . . from falling in love, growing old, rage against society and injustice, to our legacy that we leave behind when we die. A passionate and moving collection of poetry from a wounded soul who lives everyday to survive and flush out the many reasons each of us is here on this earth.
  • A Gun and a Rose

    by Emanuel Kane
    The book explores the troublesome mind of the individual who puts the nation above his interests. The persona goes through emotional, romantic, and psychological problems without community support. Kane continued, “My poetry is meant to fill the emptiness in our society with caring for the voiceless and poor, something that has driven me since being orphaned as a toddler and missing the warmth of my mother
  • Solitary Seasons

    by Jass Khattra

    "Solitary Seasons" is a collection of thoughts divided into four seasons of the year (Summer, Autumn, Winter, and Spring). It deeply explores the curiosities, emotions, love, and loss experienced while going through an unaccompanied period of life. Thoughts published in the book are the expressions of a young mind who was unable to verbally express them, therefore they had to be written down.