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by Josh HatcherPoetry cuts through America like deep rivers, carrying our joys, our sorrows, our stories from mountains to seas. Josh Hatcher writes his own American rivers, celebrating the love of family, mourning deep loss, and calling out a nation divided and broken.
by Jamiyl SamuelsA collection of short stories and poetry aimed to educate and entertain from the mind of Jamiyl Samuels. The author broaches controversial subject matter with the retelling of a fictional "driving-while-Black" traffic stop, jail through the eyes of an adolescent, and a strong opinion on the reasoning behind NBA superstar LeBron James' departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010. With the true story of his first week as a challenger on BET's televised Hip Hop battle 106 and Park Freestyle F... more
by James Miller
Shell Songs is James Miller's first book of poetry. Most of the poems in the book have been previously published in America or abroad. Almost half of the poems in Shell Songs are written in meter while the other half are written in free verse. Although many argue that meter and free verse cannot coexist, James Miller's book shows how music, regardless of the style of writing, is still the fiber that binds all poetry. Ind... more
by Lindsay Achtman"The Day The Swing Stopped" is a fun and diverse story encouraging children of all ages to put down the controller and remember the importance of outdoor playtime!
by Kevin J. Ste. MarieA glimpse into the perspective of a real males longing for romance, companionship, & enduring love. All the while revealing the internal struggle to maintain hope, find purpose, and just maybe, just maybe, the end all be all true lasting love.
by Carl AndersonIn the sixties, a Swedish colonel was caught in Stockholm, having spied for the Soviets. That event is the biggest scandal in Swedish modern history. However, this book is not about that historical fact, but the fact that this spy and the author of the text you are looking at right now have the same surname is surely a background that plays its game as the text evolves. To be to the point, the surname Wennerstrom is here enacted in a shamanistic way, where it meets bullies and mental illness and... more
by Andrè Michael PietroschekThe desperate-measures ebook I published after ending my urban homeless winter outside, and going back to underpaid jobs and living in a rented room.
by Dean DuffinA collection of twenty six of my best poems from an Australian Poet I'm ok - "We often fall for things that all others see as obvious, Oblivious by choice because we are hopeful, Hoping things will be different"
by Aaron GrahamGrace Bauer selected this title saying the following: “In the tradition of Yusef Komunyakaa’s Dien Cai Dau and Brian Turner’s Here, Bullet, this collection is a veteran’s first-hand account of war in all it’s horror and confusion. The writer looks at how language can both clarify and obfuscate the reality, reminding us that: “The boots on the ground aren’t boots. / They’re packs of young me.”
by Kevin J. Ste. MarieThis collection of poetry and short stories is all about never leaving anything on the shelf. As a child, I was always curious, and when I learned of my adoption at the age of eight, it changed me. I internally knew I was different but have always been thankful for my mothers love. I believe that it was one of the things that kept me alive when I was lucky enough to be her son. I always enjoyed writing my feelings. I always thought it was the expression of emotion that proves the passion we hold... more
by William A. KofoedMany of my Poems are about my religion and I have gathered some of them together in this book.
by Kari WergelandFollowing the advice of a community college music instructor, Kari Wergeland began taking voice lessons with a respected teacher at the age of 24. After roughly two years of study, with dubious results, she decided to stop singing. She began working as a librarian and eventually turned to writing newspaper articles, fiction, and poetry. Twenty years later, and on something of a whim, Wergeland enrolled in a workshop called The Natural Singer, with vocal coach Claude Stein. Inspired to resume voi... more
by Jozef Tracz-RippleA Tree Bows Humbly With Fruit is the second collection of poems by Józef Tracz-Ripple. These poems are a continuation of House of Mirrors, the polishing of the soul's spirit and dissolving further from self into Love and its Source; a striving to become in tune with the tongue of the Invisible, the Silent One; to become not just the harp and harp's song but the vibration and the fingers that pluck the heaven-strings; to become not just the flute but to shed everything of ego in order to be the e... more
by Jozef Tracz-RippleHouse of Mirrors is spontaneous, ecstatic poetry about love, introspection, nature, philosophy, and spirituality. Turning inwards to find answers, to find Light. Giving Love and Compassion without any want of return. Blowing kisses at the Silence the Abyss speaks. It is a book that simply praises the human experience by praising and experiencing simply. A Mirror cannot reflect unless polished; it is only as good as it is clear. The House of Mirrors is the Temple of our Self, where we are often e... more
by Kenny CooganA Tenrec named Trey (and other odd lettered animals that like to play), offers a playful look into the lives of some of the amazing animals from the animal kingdom. Written in beautiful poetic lines, A Tenrec named Trey teaches great life lessons to kids of all ages using fun rhyming verse. Featuring fun and unique characters like Velma Quinn the Valley Quail and Wade the Water Dragon, A Tenrec named Trey is sure to delight young readers and encourage them to read these stories over and over. St... more
by Alysa VanderWeerd
My book of poems— Life., all describe aspects of heroic endurance. What to do in life, when we are constantly tested under trial and strife. God blesses the people, (James 1:12) who patiently endure testing, who endure temptation, who remain steadfast under trial, holding fast to Christ; those will be the ones who receive the crown of life. The reward for enduring, clinging to Christ, is Life. Many succomb and cave amidst the battle. The temptations... more