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  • Carnal Wreckage: Poems and lyrics of life, love and self

    by Tom Ryerson
    Carnal 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
  • Veterans: Heroes In Our Neighborhood

    by Valerie Pfundstein
    A 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!
  • Something Smells Like Pee: and Other Classy Observations

    by Blythe Jewell
    Humorist/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.
  • Not Poems, Just Words: On Loving, Living and Longing

    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.
  • Unroutine

    by Annie Coreno
    UNROUTINE gives voice to a new generation beautifully educated and yet questionably prepared for the complicated and challenging life in the 21st century it faces.
  • Pearls Beneath the Rind

    by Richard Seldin
    In this duet, the voices of brother and sister alternate to form a book as unique as its music as in its silences.