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Thumbing Through the Pages of My Mind By Gwendolyn Kaye Gourdon
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After many years,Gwen has finally given in to the need to publish her work.Her creation is not perfect,with mixed up fonts and sizes purposely used in the poems included in her book.She realizes that... More > 'perfect' does not exist,nor would she want this book to be molded 'perfectly',for there is no perfect world!We invite you to invest a bit of your time and walk along with her through this wicked,sensual,inspiring,and brutally honest book of poems,as her words spring to life.She gives her readers a peek into the life of a small town lesbian,who fights for freedom,and proves that it is NOT gender,race,spiritual beliefs,sexual orientation,or any of the so called 'norms' that rule your life and WHO you choose to love.She comes to us as a Shadow,nudging her readers gently to the 'jagged edge' of which she often speaks,then pulls us back in again to safety.And,in doing so,sends you on a ride that you will never forget!< Less
Thumbing Through the Pages of My Mind By Gwendolyn Kaye Gourdon
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After many years,Gwen has finally given in to the need to publish her work.Her creation is not perfect,with mixed up fonts and sizes purposely used in the poems included in her book.She realizes that... More > 'perfect' does not exist,nor would she want this book to be molded 'perfectly',for there is no perfect world!We invite you to invest a bit of your time and walk along with her through this wicked,sensual,inspiring,and brutally honest book of poems,as her words spring to life.She gives her readers a peek into the life of a small town lesbian,who fights for freedom,and proves that it is NOT gender,race,spiritual beliefs,sexual orientation,or any of the so called 'norms' that rule your life and WHO you choose to love.She comes to us as a Shadow,nudging her readers gently to the 'jagged edge' of which she often speaks,then pulls us back in again to safety.And,in doing so,sends you on a ride that you will never forget!< Less
Where the Butterflies Go By Heather Grace Stewart
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Sales surpassed Heather's initial goal; she continues to donate 50 percent of revenue from the sale of each book to Unicef's Gift of Education fund. Heather Grace Stewart (hgrace.com) is an author,... More > poet, and photographer. Her poems have appeared in Canadian literary journals, international anthologies (Routes, Babylon Burning) e-zines, and the British small presses. Where the Butterflies Go is her first complete collection. Reviews:"Whirlwind poetry that never hesitates...always delightful and rarely what you expect. We need poetry like this." —Sally Evans, poet and Editor, Poetry Scotland. "Thanks to an exhilarating directness and a worked-for simplicity of language, not to mention a nicely self-deprecating sense of humour on occasion, this is a book full of sharply drawn images, honest poignancy and frank admissions."—Poet-Journalist Tom Phillips. "These poems have a humanity, a goodness, an almost other-worldliness about them." —Tony Lewis-Jones, Author of Anytime and nine other collections.< Less
17 Years In The Life Of Ms. Kool (Poetry, Prose, & Unspoken Words For The Rest Of Us) By Tashia Rayon
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In her new book entitled,17 Years In The Life Of Ms. Kool - Poetry, Prose, & Unspoken Words For The Rest of Us, modern day expressionist Tashia Rayon shares a most colorful kaleidoscope of... More > experience and thought. Reflective of some of the greatest female voices of revolutionary poetic times.< Less
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The Idea of Wings By Gillian Prew
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early experimental poetry from Scottish poet Gillian Prew
Butterfly in a Snow Storm By Jacqui Dunne
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Butterfly in a Snow Storm is an innovative and eclectic collection of poetry exploring the human condition. Some pieces lampoon, others politicize, while anti-war and pro female themes stir. ... More > Stylistically variety prevails and the inclusion of some visual work means that this book has a centrefold! Themes of motherhood, HRT and the last American Presidential election feature alongside homages to Goethe and Dylan Thomas. Jacqui recently gained a Masters in Writing Studies and performs her work regularly. This collection, both humorous and poignant, exemplifies life and why, at times, we feel helpless, like a butterfly in a snow storm.< Less
Butterfly in a Snow Storm By Jacqui Dunne
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Butterfly in a Snow Storm is an innovative and eclectic collection of poetry exploring the human condition. Some pieces lampoon, others politicize, while anti-war and pro female themes stir. ... More > Stylistically variety prevails and the inclusion of some visual work means that this book has a centrefold! Themes of motherhood, HRT and the last American Presidential election feature alongside homages to Goethe and Dylan Thomas. Jacqui recently gained a Masters in Writing Studies and performs her work regularly. This collection, both humorous and poignant, exemplifies life and why, at times, we feel helpless, like a butterfly in a snow storm.< Less
Baad Ass Poetry By Castina Charles
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Brillantly witty, sarcastic and deeply committed to black history, Baad Ass Poetry marks Castina Charles grand debut as a poet of note. With her influences ranging from Claude McKay, Langston Hughes... More > and Maya Angelou, her love affair with language is evident. This groundbreaking collection of poetry provides a thought provoking critique of society. A wonderful read, truly befitting the title "Baad Ass."< Less
Let Me Remember: The Poetry of Sara J. Leach By Seth B. Leonard
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Let Me Remember: The Poetry of Sara J. Leach is a charming volume of verse penned by a young woman inhabiting the bustling New York City of the 1930s. Sara J. Leach (1893-1970) received her impetus... More > to put pen to paper and express her poetic musings while taking a correspondence course from the Poet Laureate of Florida, Vivian Laramore Rader. At the time, Sara shared a cozy apartment in New York with her husband, Lester Leach, who was a university professor. Sara had met Vivian during a visit to in-laws in the South, and Vivian was encouraging of Sara's literary leanings. Sara J. Leach gained her inspiration from the beautiful mayhem of Manhattan, the wonders of nature, the mystery of love and the comforts of family and friends.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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