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Get Lit Student Workbook By Diane Luby Lane
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This Get Lit Student Workbook is a workbook accompaniment to the Get Lit Curriculum, a 12 week guide to teaching classic poetry and the writing and performing of spoken word response poems in the... More > classroom. This workbook teaches students to use memorization + recitation of classic poetry as a launching pad for their own spoken word responses. Fusing the two forms of expression into compelling performances, these standards-based lessons absolutely transform lives. The Curriculum, accompanied by this workbook, is taught in schools throughout Southern California< Less
Five Finger Discount By Tavius Aiton
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"It is one thing to take a walk on the wild side, it is quite another to live on the edge and write from a precarious perch. Tavius Dyer is such a writer. He manages even in the darkest and... More > stormiest parts of his life to share the irrational and dangerous, as much as the raw beauty. More importantly, he captures this in words as it emerges from all that has been trampled, abandoned and taken. Often he finds himself whistling in the dark and walking a tightrope after a long bout with the mental torture and insidiousness that arises from modern culture and the diaspora of ruined relationships, yet he convinces his readers that even failure has a way of creating meaning; even sex, meds and dupstep have a way of bringing truth into the lies most have hidden inside. If you can handle the insane, naked truth, that comes across with both self assurance and arrogance then you are ready to read this book. After all, what arrives second hand is broken in, unpretentious and oddly comforting for its wear." Zayra Yves< Less
Become. By Emery Allen
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This is a collection of soft poems that I wrote while becoming, for the ones who are doing the same.
The Women Widowed to Themselves By Lora Mathis
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The Women Widowed to Themselves is Lora Mathis' first full-length book of poetry. Bold, feminine, and unapologetic, it deals with themes of mental illness, femininity, and regaining autonomy over... More > your body.< Less
Dream Girl By Clementine von Radics
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Dream Girl is a reflection on girlhood by 24 year-old poet Clementine von Radics. The collection is about the ways idealization leads to dehumanization, perception versus reality, sexism, feminism,... More > mania, love, and Oregon. Dream Girl features poems that have gone viral on tumblr and Button Poetry, as well as 30 new poems, and illustrations by the author. This book is the much-anticipated second collection by Clementine von Radics.< Less
Spent Blossoms By Tanka Society Of America
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The Tanka Society of America's 2015 Members' Anthology, edited by Claire Everett, contains tanka from one hundred and fifty poets and celebrates the 15th anniversary of the society.
If I Were More Like Myself By Gunilla Kester
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Poems written in, and inspired by, America, Sweden, and Ghana.
How to Love this Woman By Therese FitzMaurice
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Therese FitzMaurice’s poetry unveils for us the tangible world of family, food, love, desire, children reaching into the evanescent, the unknown, the divine. She makes these lyrical transitions... More > as natural as breathing—and invites us into the richness of her discoveries—and in so doing, offers us the gift of her wisdom, which she herself has received as gift—and asks us to pass along.< Less
Fire In A Nutshell By Bill Graeser
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These poems will take you in, offer tea and toast, and invite a bear from the forest to sit with you at a table where there is honey enough for all.
missed connection. By Meggie Royer
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The lessons your mother never gave you. About how to fight back, about men who are more salt than honey, about loving yourself, about watching someone else love the one you love.
The Traveler By Tom Allred
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Travel and Poetry was a passion for Tom. He wrote about what he saw and how he felt.
Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches By Meggie Royer
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Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches is the second book of poetry by Meggie Royer. This book is broken into two parts, the first about grief, loss, and pain, the second about recovery and survival.
Aspects of Strangers By Piotr Gwiazda
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This book of poetry was written by the well-published poet and critic Piotr Gwiazda.
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A Clock of Human Bones By Matthew Borczon
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It is too simple to say that Matt Borczon knows the horrors of war. Many men and women carry battlefield scars on their bodies and in their souls. Matt holds the additional burden of the artist,... More > condemned to search for meaning in a world shrunk to chaos and blood. It is as difficult to suggest the full power of his work as it is to forget the stories told in these spare poems. Borczon is a masterful poet and these poems will break your heart.< Less
Yellow Chair Review 2015 Anthology By Sarah Moran
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The following pieces are just a pinch of what Yellow Chair Review published in 2015. I never would have thought we’d be putting together an anthology when we started back in May. I’m so... More > very proud of what we’ve accomplished and I’m honored to showcase the work included here. We hope that you enjoy them as much as we did. Sarah Frances Moran Editor-In-Chief  < Less
Don't Rush Me: Selected Poems of Dwain Preston By Dwain Preston
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Selected poems of Dwain Preston, Teacher, Story-Teller, Author known throughout Western Illinois. This volume includes four sections: Farm, Nature, Life and Songs.
Village Lives and Other Poems By William Baldwin
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A lifelong resident of the Carolina Low Country, Wm. Baldwin has worked as a commercial fisherman and residential contractor while still finding the time to write dozens of well received books, each... More > a treatment of the complex beauty and downright mystery he sees around him. This collection is no exception. Between August 2012 and August 2015 he tried to write a poem a day. He failed. Still the output was considerable and of a high quality. And he presents the poems here in the order written. The result is a diary like collection that will take the reader by surprise, make him or her laugh, shake their head, sigh, perhaps cry, for its nothing less than a full, human, Low Country experience.< Less
Poetic Reflection By Ash Shawwa
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This book will cover several different aspects to life and being a muslim. If you're curious to know what goes on inside the mind of a muslim, or are a muslim looking for some motivation and... More > inspiration this is the book for you. This is a collection of poems of various topics meant to allow the reader to reflect and ponder< Less
Soft Human By Emery Allen
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last spring, I dreamt that I was at a summer solstice party at my parents’ house. I was surrounded by friends that I didn’t recognize, but in the moment I knew them. there was a man, but... More > I didn’t see his face (I never see his face). he had a lot of rips in his jeans and wherever his skin would show, flowers were there instead. bright ones. we were moving around a lot, in sync with each other. at one point we were all lying on the ground and it looked like we were in a giant bubble. like the whole earth was. when I’d move my head, I’d see the bubble react to the sun and rainbows would wiggle across the sky. I think I was in love with this man. I walked over to my mom, smiling, and she said, "oh, don’t be such a soft human."< Less
A Forester's Son and Other Poems By William Baldwin
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"A Forester’s Son and Other Poems" is a follow up the slightly earlier "Village Lives and Other Poems" and also deals with the poems written in recent years by Wm. Baldwin. ... More > William (or Billy as he’s usually called) is a lifelong resident of the South Carolina Low Country and at 71 a pretty good student of both life and the country. Before retirement he had worked as a commercial fisherman and residential contractor while still finding the time to write dozens of well received books, each a treatment of “the complex beauty, apparent turmoil, and downright mystery” he sees around him. This collection is no exception. He presents the poems here in the order written—"A Forester’s Son" drawing on roughly the second half of those composed. As in "Village Lives" the result is a diary like collection that will take the reader by surprise, make him or her laugh, shake their head, sigh, perhaps cry, for its nothing less than a full, human experience.< Less
Stockholm Syndrome 17 By Kathleen K. Lohnes
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"we are souls unhinged- letting the idea of daybreak hold us whilst we sob; and that is okay. the men across the street are whispering- something about peaches and cider: no matter. we have... More > greater issues at hand. come closer, bubble like champagne and kiss your fingertips. because you and I: we are children gone caroling- and it is still midsummer." We are men and women searching for the reason behind our emptiness. Could it, in fact, be our own faults? Have we trapped ourselves? Are we victims of our own Stockholm Syndrome? This collection of poetry and drawings examines those very questions. Open up and read the truths you have tried so long to ignore.< Less
To Be, Know Thyself, You Do You By Jane Stahl, Susan Biebuyck
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Art responding to literature, literature responding to art in a book of poetry and prose. A culmination of the drive of the little gallery that did, Studio B Fine Art Gallery. Studio B is located in... More > the heart of historic Boyertown, PA. It is a community gallery, run by the steam of Susan Biebuyck and Jane E. Stahl, two friends whose two passions are bound by this book.< Less
The Voices of ABT: A collection of poetry from the students of the Academy for Business and Technology By B.A. McCain
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This exciting anthology of poetry comes from the students at The Academy for Business and Technology High School in Melvindale,Michigan. Each of these talented students carries a unique voice. Their... More > poetry sheds light on their backgrounds, beliefs, and dreams. You will laugh, cry, and most of all, be inspired.< Less
My Tap Root By Jennie Rose
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With startling clarity and honesty Jennie Rose reaches deep into our psyche to alight on the hidden devastation of childhood trauma, pain, betrayal and loss. Start at any point. You will find each... More > poem an oracle of truth, asking hard-won questions and offering a template of a struggle for personal freedom. This remarkable record of one woman’s journey to self-discovery and wholeness is an inspiration for anyone hoping to find their own tap root.< Less