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  • Scrap: On Louise Nevelson

    by Julie Gard
    Scrap: On Louise Nevelson is a prose poem series exploring the tension between artistic creation and motherhood.
  • Haunt

    by Ryan Meyer
    "Haunt," Ryan Meyer's first collection of poetry, explores life through a horror lens, aiming to unnerve as it traverses through themes of life, love, loss, fear, and more.
  • The Sanctity of Rhyme: The Metaphysics of Crying 4 Kafka in Prose and Verse

    by Erika Blair
    The Sanctity of Rhyme is a metamusical exegesis, in poetry and prose, of an Americana Desolation Punk Rock band, Crying 4 Kafka. Though band narratives generally follow a simple formula (e.g. unbridled sex, excessive drugs, trace elements of plot, etc.) this book is different. The Sanctity of Rhyme is a singular poetic vision that draws freely from the traditions of Elizabeth Bishop, Joseph Brodsky, B.H. Fairchild, Rimbaud, Anne Sexton, Jack Spicer and others, crafted with the cadence and manic ... more
  • Miss Spiritual Tramp of 1948: FemmePunk Poetry

    by C E Hoffman
    Miss Spiritual Tramp of 1948 is a mini-manifesto: Pro-Soul, Pro-Sex, Pro-Love. Poems exploring everything from Carl Jung to lap dances converge into sticky bliss, sometimes TMI but always, always honest. Whether misfit, spiritualist, feminist or all three, Miss Spiritual Tramp has something for everyone (ish.)
  • For the forsaken: a book of poems

    by Dominick Mcdonald

    For the forsaken is a collection of poems for people who have felt forsaken or heartbroken at any time in their life. The book details my journey through suicidal intentions, self-harm, lost love, and anger. The poetry is meant to be relatable and comforting during times of distress.  

  • Unconditional: Just Me and My Scattered Thoughts

    by T. Renee
    The collection is honest, lyrical and very direct. There are three sections, Life, Love and Faith; the sections have topics within them that everyone can relate to. Just as life is dramatic and controversial so is some of the content but the opinions and feelings are conveyed with respect and fire.
  • Three Orlando Nightspots

    by Patrick Scott Barnes
    Three Orlando Nightspots is poetry and photo book. The poetry deals with my mom's dying from a stroke. Also, I deal with alcohol abuse, life as a nightclub photographer and health issues related to drinking. First, it opens with both my mom and Prince dying the same year. Later, we deal with me having an alcoholic blackout, seeing photos on my camera that I don't remember taking. Then, I wind up in the hospital. The hospital stay forms my decision to stop drinking.
  • Little Prayers

    by Susie Meserve
    “When Robert Frost defined a poem as being a “momentary stay against confusion,” he was referring to poems like those in Susie Meserve’s collection Little Prayers." —Michelle Bonczek Evory, author of The Art of the Nipple
  • A Lust for Love

    by Giovanni Zuniga
    On its surface, A Lust For Love is a self-inflicted, crude and cruel journey through cocktail bars, strip clubs, girls’ bedrooms, red-lit rooms, tearful breakups, porn collections, and melancholy memories. However, through poetry and verse, this collection is also a rare documentation of an inconvenient truth; the flipside of feminism: the hidden, ugly, reflection of how masculine energy is spent trying to cover up loss and loneliness through addiction and love.
  • Tree Verse

    by John Benzee

    From conifers to deciduous, Tree Verse is a celebration and exploration of trees. Life, growth, and decay mingle as fifty poems detail the daily lives and struggles of the many diverse trees that are found throughout the United States. Natural imagery is brought to life in vivid verse that often personifies trees in their natural habitats. The unique features and significance of trees (for example, the age of sequoias, the strength of hickory, or the sweet sap of a s... more

  • Best Evidence

    by Mark Osaki
    Poet Mark S. Osaki covers a number of poignant topics in Best Evidence. Each poem in the four sections gives you a glimpse of a formative moment in Osaki’s life or expands your viewpoint on conflicts in the world. Some poems, like the powerful “Chinese Camp, California,” speak of a larger cultural experience and the nuances of navigating identity as an Asian American. Others still, like “Gun Song,” show the psychological and cultural impact of war. In each new work, Osaki captures powerful momen... more
  • The Fiery Lake of Burning Sulfur

    by D. J. LeMarr

    Lucifer slumbers. A primordial being rises. The Abyss drags the Wyrm further into the depths of the bottomless pit. Lucifer fights against the desire to surrender as Hell worships the bedlam of a newfound order. On Earth, Constantine champions the cause of Christ, but in the end, he finds himself betrayed. Will the infectious corruption of the Wyrm's will surpass Constantine’s resolve? Forsaken by the Almighty, Constantine must brave Hell seeking truth with his mind torn between red... more

  • A Gladiators Journey

    by Brian Coates
    This is a story of a young boy being molded into a gladiator as he survives childhood. As an adult, he realizes that the learned traits do not translate well as an adult. As he recognizes that he needs help and reaches out for that help, he goes through a recovery and healing process. This is all told in a series of poems
  • Speaking in Tears: The Poetry in Grief

    by Grace Andren

    "Memories saturate my heart and the story of you spills from my eyes."

    Speaking In Tears is the poetic journey of a heartbroken mother to find the Poetry in Grief and the Beauty in Sorrow as she mourns the death of her young daughter.

    Our tears speak for themselves and in a language we can all decipher—Joy, Sorrow, Anger, and Love—no interpretation is needed for their presence or the many stor... more

  • Setting Fires

    by Sarah Saul
    Setting fires is a collection of poetry that explores sexism, abuse, abandonment and love. The chapbook provides hope and sparks empowerment out of which emerges self-discovery and growth.
  • Delivered on Christmas

    by Dean McFalls
    Delivered is a book about one believer?s misadventures and crises in faith intertwined with major historical events and woven together in an anthology of poetry, verse, humor, art, and reflections. The starting point is that enduring classic ?The Night Before Christmas.? The ending point is your encounter with the gift of life.