Search Booklife Projects by Category, Age, Title or Author.
- True Crime
- History & Military
- Food & Cooking
- Health, Diet & Parenting
- Self-Help & Relationships
- Business & Personal Finance
- Political & Social Sciences
- Art & Photography
- Science & Nature
- Literary Essays, Critiques & Biographies
- Other Nonfiction
by Valeri Kathleen Paxton-SteeleSometimes charming, sometimes raw, this is a collection of poetry from a woman who has been diagnosed as with manic-depression. She takes us on an unexpected journey from the dreams of a little girl, to the abuse victim, to the ultimate survivor in spite of her trials. She speaks frequently of the occult, abuse, abandonment, loss, death and suicide. A must read for those who have been traumatized by childhood sexual abuse, rape, domestic violence and depression; as well as those who love and car... more
by Angela DerrickMelancholy is When I Leave You: Poems from the Wife of a Death Row Prisoner is a full length poetry collection that shines a light on the often harsh reality of prison and capital punishment in America. While it tells our story of the last nine years that my husband and I have been together, it could be the story of any of the countless people whose lives are touched by incarceration.
FOR YOU WOMAN: Spirit Jewels iinroduces an innovative creative writing style of Poetic Intellectual Art that incorporates a mix of profound insights and spiritual wonders of Love, Life and Relativity.
Its Central subject matter of Love is forged upon the FOUR ways we experience Life... Mind, Spirit, Body and Soul. Whereby Spirit Jewels manifest as Creative Masterpieces of Poetry, Prose, Short Stories and Propositions. That is c... more
by Doug Bentley
"One of the best kept secrets in Canadian English Poetry today!"
Discover what all of the buzz is about!
In our new global theater of ‘www.’ national identities and cultures no longer define our artistic materials. The objects of art are now global in scope, not local. The poems here are a selection of ones which reflect the global influence of ‘www.’ and its non-localizing action on the content of artistic materials.
A Cana... more
by Doug BentleyA selection of mystical love poems, 'GRAIN -Mystical Poems' is for the mature reader whose delight is to curl up in a comfy spot by the fire and drift off into a world of dreams never dreamed. In a selection of twenty-eight love sonnets and one long contemplation on death and dying, 'GRAIN' depicts a sense of mysticism that drives the inner soul to find solace in a wholly different world.
by David RulloBeat poetry with a modern twist.
by Asher jonesThe Incredible Edible Toe is a collection of poetry by American poet Asher Jones. The collection contains silly rhymes and wacky characters.
by Jim HeskettThirty-six poems composed over seventeen years, spinning tales of teenage angst, love, lust, bitterness, joy, and regret. An examination of a life through the lens of an unreliable narrator, there and back again and all places between.
by Vihang Naik
Vihang A. Naik throws light on the life of a city in all its shades, glory and misery in his City Times and Other Poems. It is an anthology of his intuitive and philosophical poems. The Poems are divided in 6 segmentsi.e. 'Love Song of a Journey Man' is more or less an inner travelogue, The segments, for instance, 'Mirrored Man' is about the other chimeras in the city .The people in the city are capricious like the walk of a crab or the colours of a chameleon. While, ‘Th... more
by L.M. Ribeiro
by Douglas Sinclair
"reflections from a broken stream" is a collection of 45 poems that are my response to the tsunami that is life in the twenty-first century. From the first poem, 'reflections from a broken stream" with its existential angst through the next 44 and culminating in the last poem, "Outward Bound", with its message of hope, these poems evolve from a literary tradition stretching back to Dante and Shakespeare: 45 poems exploring the multi-faceted depths of human ex... more
by Daniel WalkerAuthor Daniel L. Walker has written many poems about difficult times he experienced in his life. His debut poetry novel 2015 Mary Ballard Award Nominee titled” God’s Rain” talks about his personal demons, his marriage to co-author Teirra Walker, and dealing with rumors that his father allegedly molested a family member. Just as life began to look promising he would face tragedy with the untimely passing of his wife Teirra N. Walker.
by Felene M. CayetanoCrossing Bridges is the second collection of poetry by the author, inspired by her experiences between 2004 and 2014 in the towns and cities in America and Belize. These poems capture the emotions involved in transitioning from being a student to being a professional librarian, through love and its opposite, and the wonderment of motherhood. While many of the poems are written in English some are in Garifuna (with translations) and Belize Kriol. The collection is conversational--covering diverse... more
by Frank WatsonIn this beautifully crafted collection of poetry, you are invited to stop and wander over each poem, to let yourself linger in that moment between dream and reality. Within that world, you may find that many of the things you thought were only fantasy are more real than you imagined. From the burning carnality of love, to the mystical attraction of nature, these poems leave a lasting impression and that will catch you at the most unexpected moments.
by marcy goldmanWhat sort of poetry comes from being a master baker, mother of sons, wheat’s handmaiden, tango dancer, mistress of scents and a woman with a Jane Austen romantic bent? Personal, riveting, evocative, sensual poems that tell a tale from kitchen to fields of grain to the baseball diamond, to dance floors with worn patinas of unending tangos danced till midnight and a heart that takes no prisoners. This is a special and highly personal collection of poetry of the baker & cookbook author who danced t... more
by Naveen BokhariDo You Love Poetry? Join Me On My Journey As a Poet with Mug-Mug Poetry and Prose Collected Through A Lifetime You know you're growing up when you decide to quit caring about all the things that once seemed important. At one point or another you decide to sit down, throw everything out, and start from scratch. Tediously you re-evaluate and somehow comprehend the value of everything and anything relevant to your life. Some things you keep, others you burn. Why? Simple: you're sick of it all... more