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  • Gritty Girl: Celebrating Girls and Women

    by Ramna Sharma
    Girls and women continue to face various forms of gender-based discrimination -- at home, at work, and elsewhere -- all around the globe. The status of women in India's patriarchal society makes the soul of Gritty Girl. It’s a collection of poems that impacts and inspires girls and women while giving a voice to the gender-based biases that choke their paths. This book is divided into four parts: 1) Tears of Grit (inspired by true events) 2) Comfort of Grit 3) Power of G... more
  • Fumaroles

    by Anthony Arcuri
    In Fumaroles, I speak in the first person, relating my deepest and most profound thoughts and feelings, that I believe to rise to socially relevant commentary. In dramatic soliloquy fashion, I ventilate my being's necessary expression of love for the earth, universe, and all existence. As an individual member of American society, I present my views on that society, with outspoken, satirical candor, and rage at times, having endured the last five decades of American life, as a free-thinking obs... more
  • Hitchin' Post and the Tornado Twistin' 4th of July Celebration

    by Julie Barker
    Proving you don't have to be big to do big things, Hitchin' Post the cowboy jackrabbit, shows he's got what it takes to be a leader. When a tornado threatens to destroy the 6B's Ranch's annual 4th of July celebration, old Hitch rises to the occasion and rallies the cowboys and other friends to rebuild the grand barn they all love. Because of Hitch's courage to be a leader, the 4th of July celebration will go on! Hitchin' Post and his friends ride again in this rompin', stompin', rodeo ridin' ... more
  • A Consecration of the Wind

    by Joanne Zarrillo Cherefko
    A collation of 61 poems describing Joanne’s journey of emotional growth and enlightenment from her childhood to her current life in rural Virginia with her husband and their two beautiful Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.
  • The Lament: Selected Poems and Prose

    by Ercell Hoffman
    A Sensuous Exploration of Love in All Its Glory The Lament captures the full range of emotion that whirl around human relationships. Here are dozens of poems examining the profound joy of those deeply in love, the incredible longing of the separated partner, the intense loneliness of modern working life, and - above all - the indisputable necessity of connecting with people around us. Poet Ercell H. Hoffman casts a penetrating gaz... more

    by The Sparkler Princess
    Baby Alligator is VERY HUNGRY! In fact, he's so hungry, he eats everything in his path from the beginning of the letter A to the end of the letter Z! A kite, a yo-yo and a shoe are just a few of the things that he chews. His eating habits are way out of control! Can anyone or anything stop him? Jump into this adventurous, rhyming alphabet book, filled with lots of silly giggles to share with your little reader.

    by The Sparkler Princess
    The second book in THE IMAGINATION SERIES, "I Know Who I Am From Beginning To End." Come along on a space journey with these curious ants as they explore the power of possibilities from the earth and beyond, in this playful and lyrical story. The second book in the Imagination Series, I KNOW WHO I AM FROM BEGINNING TO END, teaches children the power of living fully in the moment, creating their dreams and going as far as the universe can take them. Simply put, a feel good story about the pow... more

    by The Sparkler Princess
    Smiling is so much fun! There are lots of smiles for everyone! This simple rhyming book teaches and shares the value of a smile. Designed to support the emotional and mental well being of young children, this endearing story paints a beautiful picture of the power of sharing your smiles with others. This book is the perfect way to tuck away your little one to bed with a smile.
  • Dreams, Screams & JellyBeans

    by Kevin Brougher
    A collection of silly poems for all ages.
  • Infinite Grace: Sonnets, Illustrated

    by Carol Creelawn
    Carol Creelawn reflects on nature, love, family, dreams, and many other matters in this wonderful new collection. Her cleverly constructed sonnets or sonnet-like poems are accompanied by stark, black and white images. Together, they create a haunting, creature-filled world.
  • Poems Practical

    by Marty Nemko
    Clear, oft contrarian musings on love, work, life, Velveeta, etc.
  • Black Girl Mango Seeds: A Book of Poetry Celebrating the Spectrum of Experiences of Black Women

    by melissa jones

    Black Girl Mango Seeds is a collection of poetry that examines the lives of black girls/women through personal narratives and stories that connect common experiences, through historical references and content and through current events in media/news. 

    Black Girl Mango Seeds is both fruitful and vulnerable. It focuses on a wide range of topics that reflect trauma and triumphs. These poems highlight specific areas that are critical for Black women to create dialigue, to reflect on di... more

  • Illscript & Oratorio Series: Encomienda Oblique, a Morning Between Watermelon Walls

    by PmOC
    A modern-day illuminated manuscript borne from a wholly improvisational methodology Follow the author on twitter @PmOC11 Visit for more information
  • A Woman's Story: Her Prerogative Spoken Through His Words

    by Derrick Graham
    This books speaks to the heart on various levels. As a woman, she has the responsibility of raise children on her own, making decisions for the best of the family, enduring broken relationships, and strengthening her relationship with Christ. This book is also motivational.
  • Absurd

    by Ronald Bremner
    Publisher's blurb: This turned out to be a beautiful book, we are impressed. Now available through Cajun Mutt Press, Absurd by R. Bremner. Poetry in one of its finest forms, absurdism! ab·surd·ism noun 1. intentionally ridiculous or bizarre behavior or character. "the absurdism of the Dada movement" 2. the belief that human beings exist in a purposeless, chaotic universe.
  • Identifying the Body

    by JoAnne McFarland
    Janet Kaplan describes Identifying the Body as, quite literally, a moving picture (text in cinematographic jump cut, close up, and chiaroscuro) of a Black woman as she embodies herself and those she loves and mourns. Identifying the Body also means Identifying the soul that longs for release and the passions that yearn for fulfillment right here: love and justice embodied, in full measure.