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  • San Diego Poetry Annual 2019-2020

    by Susan Farese
    The San Diego Poetry Annual is now part of the permanent collection of every college and university library in the San Diego region, as well as the San Diego County Library system, the San Diego City Library and the libraries of individual cities, including Carlsbad, Oceanside and Escondido. Copies of each edition of the San Diego Poetry Annual are donated in the name of contributing poets to public and college libraries in San Diego and to select libraries nationally. The annual is publis... more
  • The Stargazers

    by James McKee
    From the rear cover: "The poetry of James McKee’s debut collection The Stargazers invites readers to engage with personal intensities of love, grief and time’s passage as well as with the looming forces of climate change, entrenched oppression, and weaponized history. His language effects, while it scrutinizes, a continuous transit from the interior myths of selfhood to the collective fictions that sustain nation-states and religions. He writes as one who believes that any poetic stratagem, from... more
  • Inner Butterflies

    by Nicolette L. Toth
    this is a book of pure emotions written in between these pages the sour, the savory, and the sweet
  • funny girl

    by Mars Nolan

    The most powerful thing any artist can do is create a piece of work that anyone, anywhere can see themselves reflected in. For "Funny Girl," that is the ultimate ambition. These are poems and streams of thought born out of human experience, written with women in mind but carried by a tone is clear enough for anyone of any identity to bond with, to feel seen in, and to feel inspired by.

  • Ballad Of Circe Vol. I

    by C.T.C
    This is an enchanting, dark, and elusive poetry book. Themes of fantasy and mythology run through it. Each poem is raw and full of emotion, that can draw a reader out of their reality and into a world where they can feel openly and all things at once. It is the first of three volumes.
  • Songs from the Underground

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    "Songs from the Underground" is a book of personal poetry by Alaskan author Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum. It is her first book of poems and contains her own photographs and visual art. The included poems were written primarily in the spring of 2012, when she was enrolled in a poetry class with former Poet Laureate of Minnesota Joyce Sutphen as an undergraduate student at Gustavus Adolphus College. In this collection, themes of love, travel, family, religion, mortality, judgment and nature a... more

  • Ever Unknown, Ever Misunderstood

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    "Ever Unknown, Ever Misunderstood" is the second book of poetry and photography by Alaskan author Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum. The included poems were written primarily in the summer of 2013, before her last year as an undergraduate, an consist of many collegiate observations and reflections. If you enjoy introspective free verse, with a bit of humor and a lot of love, this book is for you.

  • Uneven Lanes

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    "Uneven Lanes" is a book of personal poetry by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum. This is her third collection, compiled of poems written primarily in July 2017, leading up to and following the author’s wedding. The cover, however, is a photograph of the Nov. 30, 2018 Alaska earthquake (taken by the author), designed to express the unexpected beauty and force of nature that can manifest in human relationships. If you enjoy reading free verse poetry about family, nature and/or inner conflic... more

  • The Compendium of Lost Poems

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    "The Compendium of Lost Poems" is the fourth book of personal poetry by Alaskan author Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum. It covers a wide range of topics, from cross-cultural observations and to unrequited love and the mysteries of the unknown. If you enjoy free verse and rhythmic poetry on the themes of “senses,” “secrets,” “places” or “choices,” this book is for you.

  • Interstitials

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    This book is full of what might be called "interstitials" — minute details and moments in time that resonate with a certain unexpected power, in between (and sometimes overshadowed by) what might seem like the "big" moments. The poems in these pages are at once personal, passionate and purposeful, as well as topical and relatable to readers interested in politics as much as pop culture. These themes appear throughout Buxbaum's previous books of poe... more

  • Stakes

    by Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum

    "Stakes" is an exploration of the word in its various forms: What are the stakes? How high are they? How do humans behave in high-stakes situations? What is the cost of that behavior? The word is used literally and figuratively throughout these poems, and sometimes not at all, with the content simply hinting at the subject. If you enjoy free verse poetry with the occasional rhyme on the personal, the political, and the pondering nature of life, this book is for you.

  • H.A.T.E. - Honest And Truthful Experiences

    by James Alexander
    With a newfound appreciation for life, the poet James Alexander brings to us a collection of poems that epitomizes the power of love. This love through words stems from his honest and truthful experiences as a person of faith. This book will enlighten anyone who looks to be the light in the mist of a world filled with so much hate.
  • If words could talk what might they say 2? Poems to whom it may concern

    by James Alexander
    What if words could talk? I mean voice their opinions and defend themselves as they see fit. We quite often use words without realizing the impact they have on our lives and others . What would love say to us? How about snitch? Well if you’re now wondering, then this is the book for you! A follow up to the well received, “If words could talk what might they say? This is the highly anticipated 2nd series full of poems from the poet James Alexander, that picks up where the first book left off. You... more
  • If words could talk what might they say? Poems to whom it may concern

    by James Alexander
    What if words could talk? I mean speak their minds and defend themselves as they see fit. We quite often use words without realizing the impact they have on our lives and others . What would sex say to us? How about churches? Well if you’re now wondering, then this is the book for you! A collection of poetry from the poet James Alexander that brings to light, the many thoughts our very own words might share with us. You may be surprised to hear what they have to say!
  • Pretty Poems to Ponder

    by Melissa MOJO Hunter
    MOJO, the Soul Connection Specialist, helps you make a date with your soul by reading just one poem per day from her book, Pretty Poems to Ponder. It is a collection of over 60 inspirational poems that help awaken and enlighten one's spirit. Teaching you to tap into infinite intelligence and connect with source energy, her poetry helps you reconnect with your higher self, God, Angels and Spirit Guides, all of whom she believes are eagerly waiting to assist you in overcoming life's most difficu... more
  • The Sound in This Time of Being

    by S. Preston Duncan

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