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by Thomas De AngeloThis collection offers 127 poems by over 50 poets, and represents some of the most significant and poignant examples of the poetry of the First World War.
by Alexia SwanepoelCompilation of poems written before 1997 and within the last couple of years, plus a short story called "Miscarriage."
by Edward SchwartzThis is a book of poetry for those of you who are tired of unintelligible verse. This is the common man talking?a father, husband, and a community member who finds humor and pathos in everyday happenings with a little philosophy thrown in as an afterthought. I take a thought, a word, or an interesting line and create a story around it, usually ending with a twist or just a good thought. This story is about our life and our marriage of fifty-nine years.
by Jan Voth DubbsThis author uses words as a sculptor uses clay. She doesn?t change the shape of the word; it?s the surrounding words that contain the poetic surprise. She explains that she personally likes to be surprised by a word that doesn?t usually follow another. It is a way to startle the reader into looking deeper into the thought. There are times when words can even pour forth like oil and fill in cracks left by others? hurtful words. Some of these poetic frames become like a waterfall of individual poe... more
by Tarian Marks
by Lisa A LachapelleA book of poems by Canadian writer/author Lisa Lachapelle who is a Spiritualist, as also featured in One Truth, Many Voices about Interviews with 108 Living Gurus (by Sony Mervin). This book of poetry captures the essence of spiritual study and celebration of knowledge. There is a story within if you can find it. Lines within start scribed from the heart hear the song of a mystic in poetry. Finish within reason the season to be joyful. The dialogue of the soul calls out to stillness where words ... more
by Terry Baum
Terry Baum’s Dos Lesbos (1981) inspired the first anthology of lesbian plays in the history of the universe—Places, Please!—in 1985. The ten plays in Baum’s One Dyke’s Theater span 40 years of making theater about lesbian lives, from absurd farce to gripping historical drama. Baum’s pioneering works have been lauded by critics and produced all over the world. HICK: A Love Story was honored as a Fringe Fave and selected for the Fringe Encore Series ... more
by Jane Marla RobbinsThese poems, like the dogs they celebrate, and the poet herself, are variously funny, touching, charming, insightful, uplifting, and elegantly crafted. The author, Jane Marla Robbins, is the best-selling author of Poems of the Laughing Buddha and a finalist for a National Endowment of the Arts Poetry Grant.
by William WrightAuthor of “The Slums of Nightfall,” William Wright, Jr. has penned another accomplished book of prose. ‘Rhythms of the Eternal Uprising,’ is a deeply reflective collection; the subject matter very relevant and timely. The reader will be carried away by the artful way in which the pieces flow from one to the next; however, it is the content which is compelling and reminiscent of what it is to live in precarious times.The poet speaks of lessons unlearned and revisiting the same subject matter as a... more
by William WrightThe night sweeps herself over us, as she paints the world black. She joins us, hand in hand, with the wrath of anxiety. She shrouds us with deep despair and in her wake comes the onslaught of depression. At this point we are all in need of a little comfort, perhaps companionship, a guide to trudge through the long nights with, to bring home the glory of a fresh sunrise.We cannot see the bountiful stars amidst the burning rays of the sun, they are invisible to desperately seeking eyes. But we do ... more
by Briana WilliamsBriana Williams became a viral sensation at twenty-four years old as a single mother, who took her final exam while in labor and graduated from Harvard Law School with her one-year-old baby in tow. The world wondered how it had all been possible? Nothing about the journey was easy but without question worth it. The Anatomy of the Honey Bee is the intimate, and intentionally unguarded offering of the darker side of success and the chronicle of a haunting relationship, infiltrated by love, abuse, ... more
by Tyrone Ross Thompson
This book is the experience of a Wyampum and Nez Perce of the Columbia River. It's how I see the world and the impact from colonization to tribal policies that destroyed the homeland of Celilo Falls. In this book it details the tremendous pain of an array of issues. This struggle of identity, lost love, anger, family loss, and despair but writing has led me to save my self from the issues of indigenous identity but also helped me search for self-truth and personal power. The medium of poe... more
by Jessica McLartyChange is constant and learning new skills teaches us communication techniques. Staying encourage is capable of being included in existence. Living comfortably comes with being able to express one self in ways that will heal the soul and record the moments. Spontaneity also helps keep this life refreshed. A relationship with are is one without waiting.
by Jessica McLartyPoetry that provides sensation through rhythmic intrigue.
by Claude P Perry II
A collection of articles, poems, and short stories written over several years by the author.
by Osamase Ekhator"Situationship" by Osamase Ekhator centers around love and the ambiguity of "relationships with no titles". For some, the spontaneous and pure nature of situationships have led to the best romances...but for the rest of us, the hardest heartaches... The book is split into three chapters: "The Chase", "I Told You What This Was", and "The Let Out".