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Pacing the Moon By Sandy Green
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Sandy Green's chapbook, Pacing the Moon explores relationships between people who often don't have the same investment in each other.
Prominences By John Swain
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John Swain's debut chapbook, Prominences, is meant in both its astronomical sense and to honor the dignity of all living things. A world of bursting sun. His poems explore connections or the striving... More > for connection and the resulting transformation.< Less
Sinking of the Cloth By John Swain
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Sinking of the Cloth represents the movement of weathering and uncovering. John Swain's first chapbook, Prominences, also appeared from Flutter Press.
Roseorange By L. Ward Abel
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In his customary unique poetic drawl, Abel's new collection of poems, Roseorange, covers topics such as history ("Robert E. Lee's Photograph") and music ("Bill Evans," "The... More > Late, Great Jack Teagarden"). But it also walks the American Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Naples, observing the artists and ordinary people that inhabit the eloquent mind of this poet. As only he can, L. Ward Abel simultaneously paints and sings with his pen in this release from Flutter Press.< Less
Present is a Gradual Sadness to the Day By Berges Alvarez
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"In his poetry of longing Bergés Alvarez journeys through dense landscapes of the heart. His expressionist visions are driven by primal human needs and entanglements that pulse and grasp,... More > beat and flow in passionate rhythm." J. & J. Digby The Feral Press< Less
At the Tail End of Dusk By Sergio Ortiz
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Sergio Ortiz’s debut chapbook, At the Tail End of Dusk, is as much a celebration of place—the Caribbean—as the identity of a middle age gay man coming to grips with life, death, and... More > love. His poems are street-wise and have a hard edge. They commemorate the imagination.< Less
What Lies Ahead By Ed Krizek
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What Lies Ahead is a collection of reflections on living in the world and the events which influence who we are and what we become. The collection incorporates past and present events and gives them... More > voice. The uncertainty with which we live as well as the paths that have been abandoned and pursued are highlighted in these poems. Ed Krizek< Less
Keeping the Secrets By Don Thompson
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Don Thompson's chapbook, Keeping the Secrets, is sort of the third part of a San Joaquin trilogy following Back Roads and Everything Barren Will Be Blessed. The central theme revolves around the pan... More > psychic element in which the author only writes about people, it seems, as a consciousness interacting with trees, rocks, and critters, which also seem to be somehow conscious.< Less
Darker Than Blue By Howie Good
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Darker Than Blue is a collection of poems exploring the weight of the past, both historical and personal, but explored with emotion and dark humor rather than didactically with undercurrents of... More > surrealism.< Less
Bedbugs In My Mattress By Sergio A. Ortiz
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In this new chapbook, poet Sergio Ortiz writes about the postmodern spaces of displacement between the here and there, sleep and death, living like a fugitive on our skin. The poems recount, with... More > great strength, the pain felt and left by all that was stolen, or lost in the narrator's life experience. He has finally resolved to enjoy his sexuality with all the consequences this resolve might bring.< Less