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Vintage By Various Poets
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Uncork a heady vintage of all things autumnal in this intoxicating anthology of poems from prize-winning poets. Bottled for your pleasure by Fortunate Childe Publications.
Tipping the Sacred Cow By Various Poets
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So this is what happens when prize-winning poets get together to write about the classics. They turn myths topsy-turvy, rewrite hallowed text, speak in defense of characters previously maligned. One... More > poet admits to a crush on the devil, while another exonerates the Wicked Witch of the West. You’ll meet a wildly bawdy Goldilocks and feel a bit of a chill when you come face-to-face with the serpent in Eden. These poems are a mélange of the zany, irreverent, mildly shocking, serious, and scholarly. Whether you love the classics or you hate them – you’re bound to enjoy this book.< Less
Tipping the Sacred Cow By Various Poets
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So this is what happens when prize-winning poets get together to write about the classics. They turn myths topsy-turvy, rewrite hallowed text, speak in defense of characters previously maligned. One... More > poet admits to a crush on the devil, while another exonerates the Wicked Witch of the West. You’ll meet a wildly bawdy Goldilocks and feel a bit of a chill when you come face-to-face with the serpent in Eden. These poems are a mélange of the zany, irreverent, mildly shocking, serious, and scholarly. Whether you love the classics or you hate them – you’re bound to enjoy this book.< Less
The Silence Museum By Clare Kirwan
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This debut collection by prizewinning Merseyside poet, Clare Kirwan, includes her characteristic mix of quirky, witty and reflective poems. Always both accessible and thought-provoking, most of these... More > poems have been published in a wide range of journals and anthologies (including Iota; The Found Poetry Review; Binnacle; Prole; Orbis; MsLexia and Sculpted: Poetry of the Northwest) or been placed in various national poetry competitions. The Silence Museum's themes are the unspoken aspects of our lives - difficult relationships, fragile aspirations and the dark fear that your mother may be a Bond villain. ...funny, abrasive, quirky, profound, a fine poet ... not to be missed.’ Paul Blackburn, Write Out Loud ‘...excellent, clear and polished, with just the right mix of serious poems and the bizarre.’ Gill McEvoy< Less
Inside the Glow By Marilyn Stacy
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When you step “Inside the Glow,” you step into a dimension of relationships, friendships, and a sense of worship. Marilyn Stacy spreads an umbrella of love over everyday life and... More > experiences as only this “clever, witty, adventuresome, caring” poet can do. Her inner glow shines out through these poems about parents, children, friends, pets, and angels.< Less
Resisting the Ground By Barbara Blanks
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This collection of prize-winning poems focuses on people: Real, Unreal, Unhappy, Funny, Personal. We are just doing our best to keep going, and trying to avoid those crash landings by keeping our... More > feet up and resisting the ground. Some comments about the poems: " ‘Filled with empty’ was the most perfect wedding of craft and content.’ " ~Pat Laster, twice-former president of Poets’ Roundtable of Arkansas. “The closing lines of ‘The Hospice Volunteer’ will be forever seared into my brain. I shall cherish your words and hold them close and be stronger for it." ~John Hoag, Dripping Springs, TX. "Your name comes up regarding poetry contest anthologies -- many comments on the excellence of your work!" ~Jerri Hardesty, New Dawn Unlimited, Inc. “In Utah, at the Chaparral awards, I heard your ‘Lost and Mounds’ read! The woman next to me said, ‘She must be quite a character.’ I assured her that you are.” ~Budd Powell Mahan, thrice-former President of Poetry Society of Texas.< Less
Written Here: The Community of Writers Poetry Review 2017 By A. Graham
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Each June at the Community of Writers, poets gather in the Sierras to write. Participants and teaching staff poets alike write a poem each day and then bring their new draft to workshop the next... More > morning. All of the poems in Written Here 2017 first emerged during the Poetry Workshop week. This edition of Written Here contains a historic first for the Community: it contains work by each and every one of the poets who attended in 2017. The result is an astonishing look into what this generous and supportive week can produce. In addition to work by every 2017 participant, poems first written during that week by the six teaching staff poets—Francisco Aragón, Forrest Gander, Robert Hass, Brenda Hillman, Sharon Olds, and Gregory Pardlo—also appear within these pages. Proceeds benefit the Poetry Workshop’s Scholarship Fund.< Less
SONG OF THE WAYWARD WIND and Other Poems By Margaret Havill Reid
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An anthology of verse in both modern and traditional styles by the prize-winning poet and artist, Margaret Havill Reid, including original artwork created especially for this edition.
SONG OF THE WAYWARD WIND and Other Poems By Margaret Havill Reid
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An anthology of verse in both modern and traditional styles by the prize-winning poet and artist, Margaret Havill Reid, including original artwork created especially for this edition.
September Prism By Ronald Wiseman
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The monthly Prism is a fit avenue for prize-winning international contemporary poems. It is also a fit avenue for poets reading poets. Remember, tens of thousands of us write and read poetry. Let us... More > band together.< Less

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