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  • Dead Lions Don't Roar

    by Tolu A Akinyemi
    Dead Lions Don’t Roar is a collection of inspiring and motivating modern day verses. Addressing many issues close to home and also many taboo subjects, the poetry is reflecting of today’s struggles and lights the way to a positive future. The uplifting book will appeal to all age groups, anyone going through change, building or enjoying a career and facing day-to-day struggles. Many of the short verses will resonate with readers, leaving a sense of peace and wellbeing. The author, Tolu ... more
  • Culaccino: Tales & Thoughts from an Anxious Mind

    by Kyle Stück
    After a year laden with transition, author Kyle Stück decided to stop running from his mind and finally allow himself to bleed, the blood taking form in Culaccino, a collection of fifty poems preoccupied with loss, doubt, love, myth, and the troublesome anxiety seemingly connecting them all.
  • Stark Raving Beautiful: The Little Details of South Jersey Living, Writing, Loving, Losing, Bruising, Drinking, Thinking and (Oc

    by Alex Sullivan
    In this volume of poems, Alex Sullivan brings to life tales of living, loving, writing, losing, bruising, drinking, thinking and (on occasion) winning! Written in a free form style, Sullivan's poetry leads you down South New Jersey side streets and goes for the throat in its honesty.
  • A Printing Madman: Poetry & Prose 2008 - 2013

    by Alex Sullivan
    Prose and poetry seen through the eyes of a young South Jersey native. Alex Sullivan's mostly autobiographical "A Printing Madman" frames life as a young man in N.J. through a haze of life lessons, harsh (often beautifully ironic) realities, jazz and cigarette smoke. Every poem screams with personality and every line is a truth. While lacking any formal poetic style, Sullivan writes how those in N.J. speak while still retaining a sense of rhythm only comparable to a John Coltrane record.
  • Motherbird

    by Sprout Conner
    Sometimes one has to look backwards before they can truly start to move forward. This excavation and examination of roots is exactly what Sprout Conner sets out to do with their debut poetry collection, Motherbird. Queer, young, and unafraid of being terrified, Sprout writes about the things that shaped them and the places that they’ve been in preparation for the places that they’re going.
  • Going to Miss Myself When I'm Gone

    by Guy Thorvaldsen

    Narrative and lyrical poems that focus on the pitfalls and small awakenings within everyday life. The predominant themes are gratitude and wonder.

  • Ghost Trees

    by Ralph La Rosa
    Ghost Trees collects a broad range of accessible formal poetry.
  • Nature: A Collection of Poems

    by Torie Cooper
    Nature: A Collection of Poems highlights the magnificent biodiversity of life on our planet from snow-capped mountains to the deep blue sea. This poetic adventure will inspire you to protect the natural world around us.
  • Soul Vagina: In Between Sex and God, Who Am I?

    by Nomxolisi Ndlangana
    Soul Vagina is a debut collection from the fearless South African poet Nomxolisi Ndlangana who takes the reader on a woman's pilgrimage to the core of self identity. The work speaks of a love of self and the love of another as the author masterfully synthesizes the nuances and complexities of a five-year relationship into a single poem. Soul Vagina is a daring exploration of sexual freedom that transports the reader to a realm of physical and emotional duality through a journey of love. Each ... more
  • All I Know of Myself

    by TJ Kostes
    This is a “concept” book of poetry, it looks at life in three sections, “inside out,” “outside in,” and “inside out/outside in.” It attemps to document the everyday life of a poet. The poems are short, but full of meaning and insight into living an authentic life.
  • HAVOC: From the Ashes of Chaos and Turmoil is Hope

    by E.V. Frapiere
    In my new book, HAVOC: From the Ashes of Chaos and Turmoil is Hope, I reflect on my educational journey during my formative years. My story oscillates between memoir and poetry with four key takeaways: inform, inspire, engage, and encourage hope and resilience. Hope for a better tomorrow and resilience in the face of adversity, which I believe enables survival in the most emotional of circumstances.
  • In Pursuit of Prince Charming

    by Josie Dabish
    In Pursuit of Prince Charming is a collection of poems that Ms. Dabish began writing in her teens. Taken from her own experiences and that of her friends. Her, sometimes explosive, words take us on a journey through love, passion, lust, separation, illness and near death experiences. She uncovers love at it's finest and worst hours.
  • ISBN 9781909094253

    by Hannah Yaawusuah Adjepong
    A selection of poems covering the wounds of history, the love that causes pain, aspects of Ghanaian tribal culture and finding purpose in life.
  • A Knight Without His Lovers

    by Jamel Gross
    A Knight Without His Lovers is a set poetries where readers will feel falling in love all over again. I feel compelled to talk about the dark ages in that time to love and not to love and to love again. This is a classic tale of love.
  • B0781GN9J5

    by Shawn Hudson
    Poetic Thoughts of a Rebel was created to make up for the flaws that were displayed in the first edition of Shawn Hudson’s poetic debut. New artwork, new title, new poems, and a preview from the next upcoming project are all waiting inside to be seen by readers. With the current state of America looking more, and more grim by the day it’s up to writers, poets, and other creatives to not only resist against a system that’s fueled by hatred, bigotry, and ignorance but to create change. Come along ... more
  • Mosaic of the Dark

    by Lisa Dordal
    Mosaic of the Dark is a portrayal of one woman’s journey to wholeness and addresses the psychological harm that can arise from restrictive societal expectations for women. As the speaker in these poems examines her own early experiences as a closeted lesbian trying to fit her life into the prescribed script of heterosexuality, she grapples with her mother’s possibly non-heterosexual orientation and eventual death from alcoholism. In the end, the speaker successfully sheds familial and cultural e... more