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  • Diary Of The Heart: Little Red Book

    by W. R. Watkins
    From the bestselling author of You. Are. Not. Alone. and An Obsessive Infatuation, comes the next installment of the Diary Of The Heart series. Little Red Book presents W. R. Watkins in the most intimate way for you, the reader, by giving you a complete access into Watkins' life over the past 12 months. This anthology reflects all the highs and lows, Watkins' personal thoughts and feelings, along with demonstrating his creative process when writing his poetry, making this Watkins' most p... more
  • Diary Of The Heart: An Obsessive Infatuation (Volume 1)

    by W. R. Watkins
    In W. R. Watkins' second anthology, the reader is taken through the discovery of love. From the wishes and dreams of being loved; to the mixed emotions of your first secret crush; to having to let that crush go. Whilst less personal that the his first book, You. Are. Not. Alone., Watkins reveals his heart to the reader, sharing his own experiences in having feelings so strong for someone, they are hard to ignore. Again, he has extended his hand to those experiencing their first crushes, offering... more
  • You. Are. Not. Alone.

    by W. R. Watkins
    'You. Are. Not. Alone.' is the debut, semi-autobiographical anthology by W. R. Watkins, which takes you, the reader, through the personal life journey of the author, from his lonely days at Secondary School, to how his life changed for the better, by the time had graduated University. Through this anthology, W. R. Watkins not only writes about his own life, but explores the themes of self-harm; world issues; bullying and romance. W. R. Watkins allows the reader into his most personal, private mo... more
  • The Whisperer

    by Ioanna Carlsen
    The Whisperer is the god Hermes, the god of crossing boundaries—the friendliest of gods to men, he is also lord of roads, a guide of the dead to Hades, and he protects men in their dealing with strangers: whenever an entry is made into another world, or a different kind of knowledge, the whisperer is there, wherever a road is traveled, there the wonderful companion suddenly appears. It is a trait of his character that he is swift, always moving, and when he appears it is sudden, and magical. He ... more
  • benediction for a black swan

    by Mimi Zollars
    In benediction for a black swan, Mimi Zollars explores the topics of childhood, children, marriage and divorce, alcoholism, and the sensual world in a series of edgy, seductive, irreverent, and ethereal poems. Incorporating elements of magical realism, Zollars’ sexy, darkly beautiful works embrace the miraculous as ordinary—and turn the ordinary into extraordinary.

    by mayuresh kulkarni
    These are according to me the "Poetic Acts" which deal with all the day to day subjects of our life and with our joys, passions, sorrows, pursuits and creations!!
  • The Strait

    by Andrew Jarvis
    The Strait explores sensory experiences gleamed from the natural environment, historic traditions, archaeological findings, and folklore of the Pacific Northwest. Jarvis presents a spiritual and honest landscape rich with images and metaphors that define our place in this beautiful, multicultural world and what it means to be human. The poems move from mystical shores to haunting woodlands, a multifaceted exploration of the imaginary and the real.
  • Loss De Plott & The Colour Gold

    by Stephan J Myers
    The magic of children's books comes to life with a magical library in a faraway land in Loss De Plott & The Colour Gold when Loss & Ted embark on their third adventure with the magical Book of Dreams. With talking books, a rather special star and of course Ted, Loss learns that books and the words inside them are more precious than gold.
  • Loss De Plott & The Colour Blue

    by Stephan J Myers
    The magic of Halloween comes to life in a classic children's picture book with witches, pumpkins, broomsticks & spells when Loss & Ted embark on their second adventure with the magical Book of Dreams. Meet a blue eyed witch and dancing skeleton, a boy made of straw and many more as Loss learns that promises made must never be broken.
  • The Prayer

    by Stephan Myers
    In homes across the world families celebrate the New Year whilst alone in the cold a little lantern boy seeks the heat from a simple fire. He doesn’t ask for much, but as the celebrations continue his voice is lost and the only one to answer his plea is the winter ghost. Spurring him on as the light from his lantern dwindles, readers are encouraged to look beyond their windows and asked if they will be the one to save him.
  • A Work in Progress

    by Amanda Guerra
    A compilation of poems, short stories, and essays. Written, by the Author, over the course of 12 years. All original content. Includes Author's Insight on selected works.
  • The Adventures of Piratess Tilly

    by Elizabeth Lorayne
    Written in haiku and illustrated in watercolors, you are invited to come adventuring with Piratess Tilly, her rescued best friend, a koala named Yuki, and her band of international orphaned brothers. As budding naturalists, they are all too eager for their expedition to the Galápagos Islands! While documenting flora and fauna, they spot baby giant tortoises being kidnapped . . . by pirates!  How do Tilly, Yuki and the brothers save the turtles? 
  • Sometimes I Think I Am Like Water

    by Smoky Zeidel
    In this moving book of poetry, Smoky Zeidel celebrates her walk with nature while exploring all the peaks and valleys of life through her kinship with the natural world. In Crescent Meadow, she shares her deep and abiding love for the flora and fauna of this planet we call home. Through On the Anniversary of My Father’s Death, she reflects on the cycle of life while remembering her father, who has sent her a gift every year since his passing. In I’ve Always Thought I Am Like Water, Zeidel takes... more
  • In Season's Dream

    by R. Tirrell Leonard, Jr.
    With the book broken up into the four seasons, the poetry reflects the imagery, mood and elements of the four seasons, and then goes beyond for personal truths. The best of the poems are: In Quiet Moments, Hurricane Sandy, Endurance, Oblivion and Fragment. Most of the poetry will evoke the imagery of the coastal sea and woodland interior of Massachusetts, and even some with the elements of fantasy, which may appeal to younger audiences. As with my last collection, there are snippets of rea... more
  • Treasures and Travails: An Anthology

    by Chuma Mbaeyi
    A collection of poems exploring popular themes of love, romance, hope, despondency, conflict, contradictions and the inspiration that comes from nature.
  • War Surrounds Us

    by Michael Dickel

    This chapbook, Michael Dickel's third book of poetry, collects poems written during and in response to the Israel-Gaza war in the summer of 2014. The poems evoke a resistance to the violence, and are acute observations of the effects on family and daily life – from the provocations before, through the devastating loss of human life during attacks on Gaza, and past the line of failed cease fires. The incongruence of daily life continuing as war rages is closely observed as the poet w... more