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by Tom RyersonCarnal Wreckage is a collection of eighty-one of musician/author/poet Tom Ryerson's poems and lyrics. The major themes of the collection are love, day to day life, and self image/appreciation. Although the range of spectrum may seem broad, the works contain a great depth of human feeling, experience and emotion, and are not only personal to the author; but hopefully to the reader as well. A major theme of the collection is overcoming day to day challenges and moving on to the next ones. Life m... more
by Valerie PfundsteinA young boy discovers that the men and women who once proudly serve our great country, now humbly serve in our communities. A rhyming picture book, Veterans: Heroes in Our Neighborhood reminds children to be appreciative of our veterans every day of the year!
by Blythe JewellHumorist/writer/artist Blythe Jewell explores things, life, whatnot through the prism of humor, poetry and illustration. This quirky collection of more than 60 titles includes brilliant pieces like “Hair in My A$$ Crack,” “Shut the F*&! Up About Twilight,” “On Our Periods Together,” “Neil Patrick Harris Gets the Paddle,” “Leave the F*&%ing Cat Alone,” and many more.
by Ramon Loyola'Not Poems, Just Words' is a collection of poems on love, loss, longing and yearning, and on dealing with the vagaries of life. It is an ode to the romantic poets --- the likes of Pablo Neruda, e.e. cummings, Robert Frost, Walt Whitman, John Keats and W.H. Auden. 'Not Poems, Just Words' is a Finalist (Poetry) in the 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards.
by Annie CorenoUNROUTINE gives voice to a new generation beautifully educated and yet questionably prepared for the complicated and challenging life in the 21st century it faces.
by Richard SeldinIn this duet, the voices of brother and sister alternate to form a book as unique as its music as in its silences.