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Poetry

  • Horrific Paradise

    by Aaron Ozee

    An eternal transition unto a perfect plane where ambiance reigns across the skylines while idyllic gifts are bestowed.

  • Southern Style

    by Aaron Ozee

    Get a taste of the adventures of the south. Poems drafted while living there as a child and as an adult. Get ready for Southern Style!

  • Scribed Asylum

    by Aaron Ozee

    Proceed in the exact footsteps of a true hospitalized individual through recorded accounts. Experience the unimaginable terror and horrific tale of the Scribed Asylum.

  • Peacefully Poetic

    by Aaron Ozee

    Poetic beauty. Mixed with the everlasting time of ageless nature. A place where life can just be. A domain where it is.....Peacefully Poetic.

  • Celestial Inferno: Poems of Another Realm

    by Aaron Ozee

    Enter a world where Heaven and Hell are combined with love and greed into works of art.

  • Euphoric Drift

    by Ashley Parker Owens
    Euphoric Drift is a collection of poetic stories describing UFO sightings.
  • Sailboat Living

    by LANCE GARLAND
    A poet lived aboard a 27ft Sailboat for four years in Seattle. This chapbook of poetry and pictures seeks to share that experience with readers. Reminiscent of Thoreau’s WALDEN, this collection sails through Sound and vision with themes of nature as a healing force, simplicity as a salve to the ails of modern life, and a deep connection to place as mooring buoy to anchor our self and communal knowledge. Part love letter to a sailboat and part adventure journal about the possibilities arou... more
  • Hawk Star by the Sea

    by Kathleen Quinn
    Travel along with a rapping mynah bird named Sky, meeting magical and enchanting characters in his journey of curiosity and self -discovery. Share in his struggle to be accepted and live up to others expectations in this sequel story to Cupcakes By The Sea.
  • Falling Into Flowers

    by Lynne Barnes

    "Falling into Flowers invokes a powerful sense of history sculpted with tender, goose-bump evoking details, depicting the South in the 1950s and '60s and the Haight-Ashbury commune scene after the Summer of Love. This book is a journey from marshes of grief into flats full of idealistic hippies in the City of St. Francis in the '70s and '80s… and twenty-five years beyond. Along the way, the author witnesses some of the events that helped shape this era of Th... more

  • The Hidden Goddess WIth A Twisted Mind

    by Joniece Jackson
    What does she want? Where will she go? Will she ever get it? What is it?
  • Mixtape: The Book

    by Ashton Lee

    "Mixtape: The Book" is a “tracklist” of poems that are accompanied by illustrations to add to the experience. This collection explores various themes such as the struggle to reach one's potential, the uselessness of having a crush, "nice guys," and being a black nerd. There's even a tribute to one of his early influences, rapper MF Doom. So get ready for these #Barz and visuals and Gitcho Mind Right.

  • Flickering Kingdoms

    by Jeff Grinnell
    The poems here evoke our recent moral, spiritual, economic and political malaise by presenting characters from many stations in this divided country, characters who speak their minds, sometimes implying more than they realize. These richly rhythmic chants and songs burst with compact and precisely articulated observations and convictions, often counterbalanced with irony and double meanings. As a Kirkus reviewer enthused about the poems in Flickering Kingdoms: “Alive, inspired verses fro... more
  • Intersection

    by luke kurtis
    INTERSECTION is a collection of poetry, photography, and found texts by luke kurtis created as part of the artist’s rediscovery of his southern heritage. It’s his self-described “ode to the south.” Paired with the companion INTERSECTION zine, also published by bd-studios.com, the artist’s rural upbringing is contrasted with his adult life as a New York artist.
  • Home-Sick of Home: A Poet's Journey to Find and Redefine Home

    by Jeffrey Pierre
    Home-Sick of Home is a poetry collection that delves into the meaning of home. The home that the poet is trying to find and redefine throughout the book is not necessarily a physical place but a mental state. This book is a snapshot of the poet's journey to self-discovery; the road to self-discovery is about finding yourself while simultaneously creating who you are.
  • Human Nature The Sterling The Fallacious The Hideous

    by Salvador De La Rosa
    Author Salvador DeLaRosa reveals Human Nature, the Sterling, the Fallacious, and the Hideous. Forthwith molding all global decision-making is the eagerness to mend environmental and social restlessness and cultural deviation. Institutions and governments have been scrambling to find genuine solutions for the missteps of the past and present. These solutions have been able to eradicate future concerns, only to discover their resolve is of short-term relief, lending support to long-term misfortu... more

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