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COCKTAILS at the APOCALYPSE By RA PRESS
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A collection of apocalyptic poems by the writers of Ra Press.
One Adirondack Christmas... By Ra Press
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ONE ADIRONDACK CHRISTMAS is a series of short stories by four writers detailing the eventful lives of the people in one small town during a stormy holiday weekend. The book reads almost as a novel as... More > the writers share locations and sometimes characters in building the nicely realized world of Port Davis.< Less
Adirondack Epiphanies By Ra Press
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Linda Morrow, Mary L. Randall, Charles Watts, Cathy S. McDowell, Chuck Gibson, and Judith Dow Moore have come together for a unique collection containing memoir pieces in prose and poetry. The works... More > revolve around experiences these writers have had while either living in or passing through the Adirondack Park in Upstate NY. The resulting work is something quite special - even cosmic…< Less
L'AMOUR FOU journal of the surreal 1 & 2 By Ra Press
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L’AMOUR FOU is an experimental surrealist magazine under the artistic supervision of Luis Lázaro Tijerina with the editorial assistance of Charles Watts, Christopher Ricker and Dave... More > Donohue. This surrealist journal is a combination of Issues 1 and 2 and is a visual and literary feast for those who celebrate this movement…< Less
L'AMOUR FOU journal of the surreal 3 By Ra Press
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L’AMOUR FOU is an experimental surrealist magazine under the artistic supervision of Luis Lázaro Tijerina with the editorial assistance of Charles Watts, Christopher Ricker and Dave... More > Donohue. Issues 3 is a visual and literary feast for those who celebrate this movement…< Less
Showdown in Tangier By Ra Press
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SHOWDOWN IN TANGIER is a collection of writings by Dave Donohue and other poets (Sean Tierney, est folsom, Christopher Ricker) celebrating a small literary movement - the NEO-BEAT POETS BURLINGTON -... More > that took place in Burlington VT from 2009 to 2014.The poets and Donohue were inspired by the Beat Writers of the 50s and 60s. This book is a joyful celebration of that time!< Less
THIRTY-THREE SONNETS By Chuck Gibson
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Many of these sonnets (1-3) were written to a friend who, like me, is an Adirondacker in exile and likes to wax nostalgic about that upstate NY region. To share a sonnet is an experience that can... More > sometimes outstrip speech. Some sonnets here reflect long ago experiences back East (30, 33) and others celebrate my new life here in Eugene, Oregon and the nearby Cascade foothills (21-23), other states (17, 18), or the Pacific Ocean (28, 29). Other sonnets were written to my wonderful wife (15, 16, 24-27) and one sonnet (14) came from a dream. Each sonnet is a workout, like a visit to mental gym, a stairmaster for the mind. Most of all, each sonnet is for you, the reader. In a world of infinitely complex forms, I hope you enjoy a return to the simplicity of the sonnet. Chuck Gibson< Less
Waking Up in a Beautiful Room By Charles Watts
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These poems speak in many voices on many things--visionary, introspective, often given flights of language and imagination and metaphor that root themselves in the ordinary and commonplace only then... More > to take the reader, suddenly and as if by magic, to some extraordinary place. Charles Watts thinks and writes with clarity and wit, whether about personal relationships, deer in the garden, or eternity, and his darkness never dims his light and his light never denies the dark. -Bruce Rowe (author: Poems of the Night and Day)< Less
The Hippie Hacker the Happy Hooker and the Great Clone Orgy By Andrew Tisbert
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Born and raised in Vermont, Andrew Tisbert is an award winning author of science fiction, fantasy, and so-called “slipstream,” whatever the hell that is. He also performed and recorded... More > with the improbably named metal band Attic of Love for the better part of two decades. Yes, he was the flute player. Now he’s a miserable shut-in who lives in a broken down trailer with his 32 angora cats, using paper towels for coffee filters. Here for the first time collected in one anthology are many of his first published stories.     Clone orgies. Time travelling social workers. Reincarnated porn stars. Interdimensional infidelities. Masturbating monks on Mars, and The American Civil War with battle elephants. A dozen powerful visions that gaze unflinchingly into the absurdities quickly becoming our future, the bizarre distortions we’ve made of our past.< Less
The Creek By Justin Grimbol
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When Justin Grimbol’s poems attend the Banquet for Political Poetical Correctness, they may very well be seen putting their feet on the table, ordering beer instead of wine, and discussing... More > topics ranging from pubic hair to stretch marks. They may very well have not been invited to the event in the first place. But as the evening progresses and these same poems settle in, reflect and drift though the various stages of their creation, some very profound transformations begin to take place. Meditations on childhood, on loss, on the possibilities of love and lust, on the darkness and light of living through this strange carnival of life and of trying to do this in ribald fashion, make for some marvelous moments of verse.< Less