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  • A Woman's Story: Her Prerogative Spoken Through His Words

    by Derrick Graham
    This books speaks to the heart on various levels. As a woman, she has the responsibility of raise children on her own, making decisions for the best of the family, enduring broken relationships, and strengthening her relationship with Christ. This book is also motivational.
  • Absurd

    by Ronald Bremner
    Publisher's blurb: This turned out to be a beautiful book, we are impressed. Now available through Cajun Mutt Press, Absurd by R. Bremner. Poetry in one of its finest forms, absurdism! ab·surd·ism noun 1. intentionally ridiculous or bizarre behavior or character. "the absurdism of the Dada movement" 2. the belief that human beings exist in a purposeless, chaotic universe.
  • Identifying the Body

    by JoAnne McFarland
    Janet Kaplan describes Identifying the Body as, quite literally, a moving picture (text in cinematographic jump cut, close up, and chiaroscuro) of a Black woman as she embodies herself and those she loves and mourns. Identifying the Body also means Identifying the soul that longs for release and the passions that yearn for fulfillment right here: love and justice embodied, in full measure.
  • The Darkness of Enlightenment: Lyrical Poetry of Love, Life, Death, and Redemption: The Poems of Shamus V. Mosby: Volume one

    by Shamus V. Mosby
    Poetry at its deepest depths, taking the reader on a journey down the twisting avenues of the human experience. Mosby relates to us all, as he explores love in all its perfection and the absence there of. Mosby, speaks of the melancholy that renders its bite upon us all, at least from time to time. The poet, expresses the redemption one seeks when enlightenment is finally found, and the shadows that cloak the path which one must travel, to be honest with ones self. Life in all of its wondrous em... more
  • All of Yesterday's Tomorrows: Collected Poems

    by Ramez Qureshi

    "We shall write
              because there is no longer
    a place to see 'The Light that Came From Beside the Sea,'
                                  the account of our place in shadow
                        a place to see the onset of life

    There is the original book, the primordial writing;
    but who can read ... more

  • The Rose that Never Grew From Concrete

    by Shay Belt
    This poetry collection is about truth, the truth about abuse, about trauma, about love, about love loss, about loss, about struggling with a mental health disease, about finding oneself, about learning to love oneself, about healing, about being set free. It's about learning how to grow into a rose even though your environment had soil that was only able to sustain weeds.
  • Virginia Walkabout: Poems

    by Bill Glose
    A former paratrooper and combat platoon leader, Bill Glose returned to Virginia feeling like a stranger. Wanting to reconnect with his home state, he walked 1,500 miles through every region of Virginia and wrote about his experiences in his fourth poetry collection, Virginia Walkabout.
  • Tough as Nails

    by Karen J Chisholm
    God?s ways are higher than our ways. His thoughts are higher than our thoughts. We are called to follow, to take the next step, to keep coming. We don?t know what God is doing and He has a reason for that. I know I have tried to ?help? many times, and God has graciously cleaned up my messes, set me back on my feet, and kept my feet on the path as I followed Him. I know these poems will bless you. They have blessed me. Sometimes I just ?stood on the side? and wrote what God was saying. I wasn?t e... more
  • I Am Not Your Final Girl: Poems

    by Claire C. Holland
    From Claire C. Holland, a timely collection of poetry that follows the final girl of slasher cinema - the girl who survives until the end - on a journey of retribution and reclamation. From the white picket fences of 1970s Haddonfield to the apocalyptic end of the world, Holland confronts the role of women in relation to subjects including feminism, sexuality, violence, and healing in the world of Trump and the MeToo movement. Each poem centers on a fictional character from horror cinema, and ex... more
  • I May Have Been In My Feelings

    by Jasmine Harris
    *Hear say - a term frequently used in the African American culture to denote the telling of another’s business for reflective purposes. Educator and published poet, Jasmine Harris, masters the art of devotional emoting through her collection of poetic reflections, I May Have Been in My Feelings. The book details thoughts from conversations and hear say* regarding modern issues and taboos. Poems range from topics of identity, rape culture, relationships, death, family, and more. So grab a cup ... more
  • Hungry Words

    by R. Bremner
    Poems of darkness, of light, beat, surreal, and real.
  • Talking Too Fast

    by David M Boyer
    A journal of a year that never was. Poems crawling through the cracks between dreams and the slow light of morning.
  • Poetry of Life: How Things Goes

    by Lakyshia Shelton
  • Poetry of Life Part Three

    by Lakyshia Shelton
  • Poetry of Life: Part Two

    by Lakyshia Shelton
  • The Opulence Of Invention

    by E. P. Mattson
    E. P. Mattson's debut book of poetry is a sprawling work written and illustrated over 20 years. At times lyrical, darkly humorous and surrealist with a sharp satirical edge, it celebrates the human experience, the heroes of the avante-garde and the beauty of the natural world. It also fires a double-barreled shotgun blast into the faces of mass conformity, war profiteering and media manipulation.