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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
Into Your Light By Julianne Palumbo
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The chapbook portrays the deeply-treasured and sometimes harrowing experience of raising teenagers examined from the perspective of a mother saying ‘good-bye’ as her children leave for... More > college.< Less
Trestling By Bernadette Ulsamer
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Trestling by Bernadette Ulsamer is a stunning book of blood, bone, and body parts. I am song, I am incorruptible…says this brave speaker—and she is. She is the one who writes through... More > resistance to say the things we’re not supposed to say. In these poems of original voice, telling becomes a splay of slashing details in which lingerie is a character, class is a character, and survival is not a given. This is a writer who can start a poem with Ash Wednesday and end it with deep hunger: …like some cheerleader swallowing/a black-eye greased football player/still unshowered after the game. —Jan Beatty, Author of The Switching/Yard I kissed the dirty ground, Ulsamer writes, and that is what her poems do: strike a balance between love’s grit and love’s daily exhalations. In language that sharpens our ears to the music of plain speech, Trestling takes us into bedrooms and bars, hospital rooms and court rooms. --Nancy Krygowski, Author of Velocity< Less
In Spite of Her By Karen Kelsay
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Karen Kelsay's chapbook, In Spite of Her, is a delicate journey into recollections of the past and relationships experienced by the poet. Her poems are picturesque where her appreciation of nature is... More > immediately realized. We also witness the fragility of life and love.< Less
Rhapsody of Fallen Objects By Robert Scotellaro
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The twenty-one prose poems in Rhapsody of Fallen Objects explore the varied, and often elaborate, "adjustments" and "creative repairs" people make under the weight of daily... More > living. A scramble for the exits is one strategy; acceptance, another. But more often in abundance is that tricky territory between.< Less
Phylum By Jeanine Stevens
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"A few years ago a friend commented that he liked the way I handled animals in my poetry. I didn’t realize how much of my poetry is infused with the animal spirit. This collection brings... More > together some of my experiences with animals: from leech, tick and trilobite, to sheep, deer and mammoth. I appreciate animals in their own environment, and accept them on their own terms. I write about present day species and the archaic no longer with us. I wonder about our break from the animal mind set, and the grieving for our own lost instincts." Jeanine Stevens, author of Phylum< Less