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Poetry

  • 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
  • Unapologetically Conscious

    by Nique La'Shae
    Have you ever heard the saying "Never say the first thing that comes to mind"? Well, I do because the first thing is mostly what others don't want to hear...THE TRUTH. Never ride passenger to your life's story. Never allow someone else to auto correct you. You know what you meant and want to say...so say it. Because in this book...I DID!
  • Reflections in the Twilight

    by William A.Kofoed
    After publishing my first book of poems, Shadows of Footsteps, I thought about how I had written them. Over the course of thirty some years this how I did it; ‘I do not know why most poets write poetry but I know why I do so. I write because a thought gets in my head and bounces around till I write it down. You could say that I don't try to write but that I am forced to write.’ In doing this I wrote 242 poems in about 30 years. I thought then about what two of the writers I... more
  • Lines of Life and Vision

    by Conor MacCormack

    A collection of metaphysical meditations, Lines of Life and Vision is a millennial poet's exploration of the spiritual. With a modern eye and earnest voice MacCormack celebrates the timeless yet inscrutable themes of love, death, sorrow, faith, redemption, and imagination, seeking the golden thread of experience running through each.

  • Lines of Life and Vision

    by Conor MacCormack
    A collection of metaphysical meditations, Lines of Life and Vision is a millennial poet's exploration of the spiritual in the morass of materialism that is the 21st century. With a modern eye and earnest voice MacCormack celebrates the timeless yet inscrutable themes of love, death, sorrow, faith, redemption, and imagination, seeking the golden thread of experience running each: that "law divine" as Shelley said, which all "in one spirit meet and mingle."
  • Bipolar Poems Before & After Lithium

    by Gene Olson
    Fifty years have passed since Gene Olson spent many a lonely night on fire and security watch at the Guam Naval Transient Barracks. With long hours, no books or magazines, and only a lizard as company, he picked up a pen and paper and began writing poetry. Though once dead, these pages have been resurrected in his new book. Bipolar Poems: Before and After Lithium is a fascinating poetry collection that spans half a century. Some of the poems were written during Olson’s time in the military, befo... more
  • Graffiti Mural: My Off the Wall Creative Writing

    by Eartha Watts Hicks
    Creative Writing needs to breathe somewhere. Why not where it can be shared? Graffiti Mural is a collection of poetry, lyrics, lyrical rants and tales (both true and imagined) from Eartha Watts Hicks, Hurston-Wright fiction fellow, member of the Harlem Writers Guild and winner of the Just R.E.A.D. literary fiction "Game Changer" Award from the NYCHA Branch of the NAACP.
  • 1535431601

    by Sandeep Kumar Mishra
    It is my first poems and art collection.The artwork is my adolescent fantasy drawn between 1990-2000
  • True Lies

    by walter willaims
    This book is based on my life experiences growing up in the streets of Camden New Jersey. being raised by an dysfunctional family. a abusive father and an alcoholic mother. Stories are true yet the life I led was a lie.
  • GOCCE DI LUCE

    by Averta Teresa
    GOCCE DI LUCE è una raccolta di lettere e racconti brevi, una preziosa raccolta intessuta di perle. L’attenzione è posta non tanto sulle perle, ma sul filo che le tiene assieme, che come suggerito dai versi di apertura, rappresenta il ruolo del poeta/scrittore: invisibile, eppure essenziale. Ciascuna di queste “perle” è una storia diversa dalle altre: quasi tutte sono ambientate nel presente, ai giorni nostri; altre si situano in un tempo non ben definito. Nella maggior parte dei casi, il real... more
  • New Stuff, Old Trash

    by Walter Schenck
    Political poetry
  • The Words I Hold

    by Niccolea M Nance
    The Words I Hold is a representative sampling of the work of poet Niccolea M Nance who uses many themes and styles to express the world around her.
  • For Those Who Outlast Their Pain

    by Niccolea M Nance
    Although this book was inspired by Sexual Assault Awareness Month, instead of being a collection of "rape poems" it is a journey from the beginnings of pain through the darkness and struggle all the way to the healing, strength, and light on the other side. It begins in childhood and works its way to womanhood in a way that is laced with universal truths about pain and redemption.
  • The Antigone Poems

    by Marie Slaight
    An intensely personal invocation of the ancient Greek tragedy, The Antigone Poems was created in the 1970s while writer Marie Slaight and artist Terrence Tasker were living in Montreal and Toronto. A bold retelling of the ancient tale of defiance and justice, its poetry and images capture the anguish and despair of the original tale in an unembellished modernized rendition.

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