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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
Something About the Light By Don Thompson
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Just as the terroir in which a wine is produced affects the vintage with its unique soil and climate, the poems in Something About the Light have the flavor of the San Joaquin Valley in which they... More > are set: the barrenness side by side with agricultural abundance, the flora and fauna—and especially the light that suffuses everything.< Less
Occupations By David Starkey
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Who does the work of the world? In David Starkey’s provocative new prose poems, you do, you do: you are the histopathologist, the yarn winder, the trimmer of zippers. You fill your icicle... More > machine with strawberries, you sniff your roses for freshness, you seed your honey with crystals. And like the forest engineer, master of all you survey, you survey this terse compendium of odd occupations, and find the everyday world made utterly strange by it, tinged with wry humor and unspeakable sadness, and curious, curious, curious. --Katherine Haake, author of The Origin of Stars and Other Stories and The Time of Quarantine David Starkey has outdone himself with Occupations, his new and delightful collection of prose poems. Some of them strike me like a textual version of August Sander’s great occupational portraits, while others wittily dance away from the familiar in a style reminiscent of Merwin, or Calvino. --Rod Val Moore, author of Igloo Among Palms and Brittle Star< Less
Absolutely By Eric Gadzinski
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Economical and imagistic in the spirit of Wallace Stevens, Eric Gadzinski brings unique people and places to life in every verbally charged line. 
 --Joseph D, Haske, author of North Dixie... More > Highway Honest and raw, these poems offer a tale of mortality and the beauty of the corporeal.   --Julie Brooks Barbour, author of Small Chimes and Come To Me and Drink Eric Gadzinski's poetry has always exhibited a high level of craftsmanship. This collection contains work that ranks with the best in American poetry today. --Dale Ritterbusch, author of Far from the Temple of Heaven\ Gadzinski's language is as precise as a razor, his unflinching gaze at the hardships of a life fully lived, dreams relentlessly pursued, is stark but beautiful; each one adds to a whole picture of life that seeks to transcend without losing sight of the cost of such flight --Jillena Rose, author of Light as Sparrows< Less
In the Garden of Broken Things By Mercedes Lucero
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“Bodies merge and drift apart, solidify and falter, and, most poignantly, revel in their imperfections in "In the Garden of Broken Things." These pieces leave readers adrift in a maze... More > of assorted ephemera on a cosmic scale. But rather than puzzle, Lucero deftly leads us through these character’s complicated and intimate lives filled with longing, loss, and continuing forward amidst unpredictable yet promising futures.” ~ ­Alyse Bensel, author of Shift and Not of Their Own Making< Less
The Deer Longs for Streams of Water By Ashley Mares
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The Deer Longs for Streams of Water, by Ashley Mares, is a collection of poems that have visceral, supernatural, and spiritual themes. The author explores the connections between a woman's body... More > and a woman's faith, and how this connection affects her relationships. With each poem, the narrator is a woman exploring the impermanence of the body and the link to sleep, desire, and faith. < Less
Frisky Tunes By Robert Joe Stout
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Poetry’s flirtations with magic have aroused comparisons and commentaries since thoughts and experiences first emerged into language. Magic, but not black magic, mysterious and occult, but an... More > everydayness magic, like a trout’s sudden leap over white water rapids, a smiling response from a person in a subway, the jagged flash of lightning during a summer storm. Poetry’s magic is instantaneous, a spark transmitted by the putting together of a few words, a descriptive phrase, an arrangement of sounds. The essence transmitted may last forever or disappear almost instantaneously but it is/was there, a vital experience, emotional, intellectual, humorous, sad. Touches of magic occurred in the writing of these poems, sometimes captured, sometimes elusive, just beyond words’ gasp. It is hoped that in reading them glimmerings of that magic will appear, connections beyond the mere shapes of letters and rumblings of sound. –Robert Joe Stout< 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