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  • We Whisper: And Other Poems

    by Cedric L. Jones
    "Cedric is a bold writer and a natural poet... He digs the truth out with ease and is a master in the eloquent art of ridicule. He shakes up the injustice around him, demanding more virtue and demanding equal rights. He is boldly spiritual and this theme is interwoven in several poems, but above all he fights oppression on all fronts. We Whisper is a lot more than a whisper – it’s a gutsy read for those who are interested in awareness of the thoughts and courage of the troubled and oppressed." -... more
  • Innermost

    by Jamila Mikhail
    Innermost is a collection of both free verse and fixed verse poetry written over a period of half a decade about every emotion felt inside the human heart. These poems will transport you to a whole other world within the innermost depths of the human soul.
  • Don't Be Shy

    by Ralph Cissne
    In the late 1980s, the vibrant Los Angeles poetry scene gave voice to a new wave of writers and spoken word artists. The essence of Don’t Be Shy represents one man’s passage through the eclectic coffee houses and performance art venues that celebrated diversity and uncensored self-expression. This collection of poems navigates the existential and sometimes humorous landscape of love and longing, social commentary and spiritual awakening to arrive at an awareness shared by one who embraced the en... more

  • Nuts in Nutland

    by Mary Meriam

    Mary Meriam’s Nuts in Nutland, delightfully illustrated by Hannah Barrett, is a joyful poetic adventure through an imagined domain populated by nuts and the occasional legume. Offering a message that emphasizes the importance of accepting differences and versed in playful rhymed couplets, Nuts in Nutland uses language and imagery both inviting and educational for a young reader. Presenting a simple story in a dynamic and rhythmical manner, and with ... more

  • Reflections

    by Rockebah Charles-Stewart
    'Reflections' is a collection of emotional poetry of a young girl trying to muddle through the illnesses of life.
  • Love in Between

    by Mercy Jane Porquez Ballesteros

    Love in Between is the second poems and short stories collection of Mercy Jane Porquez Ballesteros. It is a compilation of classic and contemporary poems. 

    The short stories reveal a lot about human relationships, the concept of love, and how humans behave in it. It is inspired by the different emotions of love, for love manifests itself in many forms.

    At times, it can only be conveyed through words, exploring life’s lessons and suppressed passions.

  • Petite Carême: ... the beautiful days of Indian Summer

    by Kimelene Carr
    Petite Carême is a brief respite from the rainy weather that occurs on our island from mid-September to mid-October. It is filled with warm days of early morning sunshine and evening afterglows. These poems, like Petite Carême, is an enchanting collection that tells a story of a love that was brief yet beautiful... a gentle yet feverish awakening , leaving an eternal afterglow in the heart.
  • Cenzontle/Mockingbird: Songs of Empowerment

    by Daniel García Ordaz
    Poetry and drama that encourages readers to perform the text aloud as a form of empowerment, to celebrate the dynamics of the human voice. Teacher and performance poet Daniel García Ordaz, the Poet Mariachi, author of You Know What I'm Sayin'? now presents his second collection, a polythetic assortment of poetry and drama--an adaptation of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet" that serves as a polyglottic exhibition of empowerment through performance/mimicry. Mostly English. Some Spanish. Some biling... more
  • P(r)Ensamientos: Integral

    by Pablo Reig Mendoza & Aitor Castells
    Edición integral de las tres entregas de la colección de aforismos más versátil, inusitada y lateral de las letras castellanas de nuestro tiempo. P(r)ensamientos I consiguió de forma intempestiva alzarse con más de 10.000 seguidores en facebook, lo que motivó su puesta en imprenta con un encomiable éxito comercial. Se trataba del primer libro giratorio del mundo, y fue adoptado como libro de compañía por p(r)ensadores y bibliomantes de todos los sexos. P(r)ensamientos II, repitiendo intenc... more
  • Trickster in New York: Poems by Thomas Frosch

    by Thomas Frosch
    Trickster in New York is a collection of poems, including several sequences and longer narratives and treating a wide range of topics, such as the experience of almost plunging over a cliff into the Continental Divide; a suburban street as envisioned by 22 artists; two antithetical difficulties in buying French pastry; several animals trying to explain the strange characteristics that dominate their lives; God's thoughts just before creating the first man; the thoughts of the biblical Joshua on ... more
  • Phoenix Feathers

    by Kristina Goltsis
    Phoenix Feathers is a spiritually-charged collection of poetry ranging in style from the traditional to the contemporary. Exploring themes of love, spirituality, heartbreak, depression, femininity & purpose; Phoenix Feathers encourages introspection through a stream-of-consciousness reading experience intended to inspire & heal.
  • It Dawned on Me

    by Kellse T. Krick
    This book is a combination of thoughts put into poetry form. Some were written to describe a certain experience or situation while others were written for fun and amusement. The accumulation depicts a lifetime of tales that will serve as your temporary form of entertainment.
  • Colors of the Heart

    by Vicky-Lyn Ashby
    In this compilation of poems, Vicky-Lyn shows that she has mastered the art of words as she evokes deep emotions in her readers encouraging them to explore the colors of their hearts. Colors of the Heart truly displays the raw emotions of life, gripping the reader into a dramatic view of romance and heartache.
  • Of Love and Mental Health: March, 2015 - May, 2017

    by Max Micallef
    Poetry from the many internal standpoints of the love life and mental health from a brief, yet intense time in the author's life. Though his perspective has changed, this snapshot in his life was needed.
  • Snare

    by Elisa Karbin
    With intense, visceral lyricism Elisa Karbin’s new poetry chapbook, 'Snare,' tackles the fracturing and psychic unraveling that comes in the wake of trauma to explore the necessary shift in identity from victim to survivor to witness with a searing and unblinking urgency.