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  • We Will Not Be Silenced

    by Candice Louisa Daquin
    Co-Editor along with Christine Ray, Kindra Austin, Rachel Finch. In response to the #metoo movement and the Judge Kavanaugh Hearings of 2018. Poetry about sexual assault, abuse and survival.
  • SMITTEN This Is What Love Looks Like: Poetry by Women for Women An Anthology

    by Candice Louisa Daquin
    SMITTEN is an anthology of 120 poets, artists and authors from across the globe, who have come together to write about women loving women in a powerful project of love and raising visibility of LGBTQ relationships.
  • Twelve

    by Kindra M. Austin

    TWELVE is the yearlong journey of grief and healing. You'll feel the mourning of a daughter, love of a mother, and the highs, lows, and plateaus that make the healing process an intricate one. Above all, you'll feel the steel of a woman determined to hold onto life.

  • All the Beginnings of Everything

    by Kindra M. Austin
    All the Beginnings of Everything is a tour du force, one woman carrying the kaleidoscope of her family tree. In many ways, phantasmagoric in its debt to allegory, metaphor, and visceral self-talk. It’s a world outside of time, revealing how everything started and the patterns we never see tattooed beneath our skin, multiplying with every choice. All beg the questions, what is fate, and what is within our control? Can we save ourselves and others from prior outcomes? Will the tapestry of our ance... more
  • Horizon's Place And Time Meet: A Collection of Poetry: Collection of Poems by Cara E. Moore by Cara E. Moore (2013-09-26)

    by Cara E. Moore
    Collection of Poems by Poet Cara E. Moore including photographs taken by the author. Horizon's Place And Time Meet is a collection of poems that span over 20 years and have been featured in Art Galleries, National Writer's Association Mayfest Competition, Poetry Journals, Poetry Workshops, Public Readings and as a feature at the Funky Craft Fayre monthly event. Photographs taken by the poet are also featured to illustrate poems. The title is taken from the first poem, Horizon's Place And Time Me... more
  • An Orphan's Rapbook

    by Dhruv Gupta
    An Orphan's Rapbook is a collection of 15 rap-poems written in the persona of an orphan. Straight from an orphan's heart, these poems revolve around the themes of friendship, family and justice, and are bound to take their readers on an unforgettable journey through the emotional turmoil of a young orphan's mind.
  • Conversations with Good Men

    by Bethel Swift
    Conversations with Good Men is a three-act poetic journey that explores the concept of "goodness" and witnesses a feminist’s awakening while grappling to better understand belief, upbringing, place, desire, and self-worth.

    by Jennifer A. Payne
    A NEW POETRY CHAPBOOK, EXPLORES DEATH, GRIEF, AND GRATITUDE: Reflecting on the sudden loss of a close friend, Jen Payne returns, as she does in her past books LOOK UP! and Evidence of Flossing, to the solace of nature. On the opening pages, she allows the poet Rilke to remind the reader “Through the empty branches the sky remains. It is what you have. Be earth now, and evensong. Be the ground lying under that sky.” Written from the shoreline of Connecticut and the wide and windswept beaches of C... more
  • Self-Conscious Mysticism

    by SweetLife

    The author captures a collection of thoughts surrounding life, surrounding the many aspects of external influences impacting everyday living.  The poems mimics the struggle of a people from slavery to modern times.  The pieces displays the merging of a past which demanded change cradled by future efforts of a dysfunctional government, muttering the challenges of today and times long passed* Like a bouquet of flowers, some words were offered in tribute to a love loss, leaving the rea... more

  • The Rhymes In Me

    by Giridhar Jaded
    Words when kept subsided for long, can turn into a violent ocean that brews in silence, yet has an enormous presence, deep inside. An ocean like that erupted as TsunamiOfPoetry and "The Rhymes In Me" is a collection of 250+ poems that emerged out of my conscience & took form as Poetry. Realms explored Poetically : Love, Life, Positivity, Passion, Dreams, Fitness, Healthy Living, Depression, Kindness, Global Warming besides a few others.
  • Ragged Eden

    by Michael Meyerhofer
    “In Ragged Eden by Michael Meyerhofer, I find what I look for in poetry: the daily made strange, the dark illuminated, the disordered given shape. These poems transform. They restore. They sing. All at once, intensely modern and classic.” –Paul Guest, Because Everything is Terrible “In these brilliant poems, Michael Meyerhofer explores the complex and crazy world you and I wake up to every day. He writes about superheroes and poverty and death and Carl Jung and parallel universes and dictat... more
  • Letters to The Past, Present, and Future Me

    by Cindy Peralta
    This is a book about the journey towards self-love. It's about guidance for the soul and the challenges that are faced towards the journey for happiness. This is a book about prosperity and acknowledgments to who you once were, who you are now, and who you want to become.
  • Sunshine by Design

    by Danielle Mallett
    Sunshine by Design is a poetry book full of personal stories about learning to accept the highs and lows life brings. Acceptance isn’t always easy, but with persistent light and love anything is possible.
  • Oh, the A**holes You'll Meet!: A Comic Book Poetry-Guide To Life

    by Shwa Laytart

    "Oh, the A**holes You'll Meet!" is a comic book poetry-guide to life that will make you giggle, nod your head and have you mumbling, mmhmm, as you read through each page. Do you have a relentless A**hole in your life? Or do you want to guide someone special in your life from becoming an A**hole? Writer Shwa Laytart originally wrote this poignant, parody poem for his daughter when she graduated high school as a light-hearted guide to life.

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  • Without Fear of Infamy (Annual Scurfpea Publishing Poetry Anthology)

    by Jennifer LeBlanc
    Each year since 2010, Scurfpea Publishing has produced an anthology of poems. It’s a juried competition with a different editor each year and no entry fee; consequently, each anthology has a distinct flavor all its own. This anthology includes poems by: Charles Luden, Katie Alexander, Steve Boint, Lin Brummels, Raymond Byrnes, Jennifer Carr, Craig Challender, Susan Spaeth Cherry, Kevin Cole, Jason Freeman, Jerome Freeman, Brit Graham, Monica Gulbrandson, Roberta Haar, Carol Hamilton, Constance H... more
  • Ángel Del Brasil: Cien Poesίas para Roberto Carlos

    by Soledad dos Rios
    El poema titulado “Capricho” explica cómo fuera concebida esta obra … caprichosamente, respondiendo a una voz interna. El libro es un tributo al cantoautor brasileño Roberto Carlos, cuyos temas y canciones impactaran de un modo intenso y singular a la autora. El libro es también una petición a quien consideró el mayor candidato para plasmar musicalmente su poesía primogénita, “Ave Sin Nido,” en honor a su madre fallecida.