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Forever is Tomorrow By Scott Burton
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This collection of poetry and prose tells a story, filled with thoughts and nightmares; sometimes abstract, sometimes straight-forward, always reality. This book is a window into a tormented mind,... More > however dark it may seem; these are the thoughts floating around within the author's head on a daily basis. This is his reality, a reality many people will thankfully never have to see, and take that for granted on a daily basis.< 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.
Poetry in Slow Motion: Navigating Parkinson's Disease By Jean Wegner
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Jean Wegner has been living with and writing about her experience with Parkinson’s Disease for the past fifteen years. She and her husband, Charles, live in Appleton, Wisconsin. Martha Wegner... More > is Jean’s daughter. She is the author of numerous articles and books, including Dear David: Dealing with My Son’s Addiction One Letter at a Time. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota For more information, visit her website at www.marthawegner.com< Less
No Competition Between Flowers By Michelle K
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No Competition Between Flowers is the first book of poetry by Michelle K.
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
The Nightingale Sings Alone By R.H. Fowler
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The popular Instagram poet R.H. Fowler's debut collection of poetry. It explores the darker side of desire and the different ways it can affect one's emotional state. It celebrates pain, joy, and... More > everything in-between.< Less
Let Our Eyes Linger By Hayes Davis
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Let Our Eyes Linger delves deeply into the author’s life as son, grandson, father, husband, artist, and schoolteacher while illuminating currents of racial identity and the plight of other... More > black men. These include Jim, the runaway slave from Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, who speaks here in his own in poems that deepen one of the most complicated and controversial characters in American Literature.  Reginald Dwayne Betts calls Let Our Eyes Linger “a testament to how the stories we tell ourselves to get through the day can become the poetry that speaks to more than our own existence.” Joshua Wiener praises poems “that dramatize the contingencies of family; of its direct influence on the kinds of language we speak…that draw honestly the flight of eros from the domestic scene, as well as the endurance of love & devotion.” Toi Derricote writes that “Davis’ poems invite comparisons with Robert Hayden and Gwendolyn Brooks’ poems of 20th century family life.”< Less
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Messages By Danielle Glenn
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This book is to declare strength in every area of your life so that you won’t have anymore sleepless nights, but you can look within yourself, move forward in the things of God, and embrace a... More > new place in Him.< Less
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Every Voice Matters By The Thank You Darlin' Foundation
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Two urban teenage girls who had been sitting in a rat infested mobile classroom were now sitting in a boardroom deciding the theme that inspired this book. Since third grade through the efforts of... More > our nonprofit organization, they had been studying poetry, a subject that helps to sprout responsible and deep thinking.< Less
Survival Songs By Meggie Royer
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This is the second edition of Meggie Royer's debut collection of poetry.
Scent on the Wind By Allegra Johnson
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Allegra Johnson (1983-2013) was a born writer and poet. She demonstrated artistic and literary interests and won many prizes for fiction and poetry. Among them are twenty Scholastic Writing Awards... More > and The New York Browning Society's Rose Riccobono Prize in Poetry. Editor of The Chapin School's literary magazine, "The Wheel," she also served on its editorial board and published fiction, poems, and artwork in its pages and in "Limelight." Her writing has also appeared in "The Apprentice Writer" of Susquehanna University and elsewhere. Interning at the "Village Voice," she became an accomplished equestrian and skater, and fell in love with music. Awarded a National Merit Scholarship, she attended UCLA and then New York University. Writing was Allegra's passion. In addition to the collected poems in "Scent on the Wind . . . .," she wrote three novels. Tragically she died at age thirty while she was enrolled in courses at the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program.< Less
Tiny Horses Don't Get A Choice By Andi Stout
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“This is a strong first offering from a much needed woman’s perspective on contemporary life in coal country Appalachia. Rooted in a hard-fought for truth, weaving through the absurdity... More > that surrounds her, Stout is not afraid to shelve poignancy in favor of calling it exactly as she sees it, while never forsaking language and rhythm. Well worth the price of admission. I should have published this collection.” Ken Robidoux: Publisher/Founding Editor-in-Chief, Connotation Press< Less
The Wise Turtle: An Anthology of Seventh Grade Poetry By St Pius X School 7th Grade Students
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A collection of poems that celebrate life, faith and coming of age - created by the St. Pius X School 2015-2016 Seventh Grade Class. This student service project will benefit the historic Dinsmore... More > Homestead in Burlington, Kentucky.< Less
Zuckerbook 2016 Volume 4 By Students at Zucker Middle School of Science
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ZuckerBook is a collection of poetry and essays written by middle school students at Jerry Zucker Middle School of Science in North Charleston, South Carolina. Open it and read!
Westland Writes 2016, 2.0 By Andy Schuck, editor
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Westland Writes is a compilation of poetry and short stories from the writers at the Public Library of Westland. We include a contest each year for local writers. This year's contest was to write a... More > poem in the American Sentence form.< Less
Come Sail Away By Jean McCusker
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If you like some variety Come Sail Away is for you. Inside you will find poetry, inspiration, light humor, and faith stories all wrapped up in one nice book. Makes a great gift!
Too Long at the Fair By Rebeccah Buchanan
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My work has always flirted with aging, memory, and death. As we grow older we alter, and with that alteration, whatever we have embodied on the path transcends the changes our minds and bodies... More > undergo. In Too Long at the Fair, I take the subject of memory and bring out the humor, the beauty and the holiness of that path of transformation. I am fifty years old, so each of these poems are fifty words or less, giving a nod to my own aging.< Less
Qu: a literary magazine Issue 4 By Qu Lit Mag
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Qu is a literary journal, published by the MFA program at Queens University of Charlotte. The Qu editorial staff is comprised of current students. We publish fiction, poetry, essays and script... More > excerpts of outstanding quality. Payment upon publication is $100 per prose piece and $50 per poem.< Less
BIM - Barbados Island Memories By Khaidji
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BIM- Barbados Island Memories is a collection of acrostic poems by Khaidji, each taken from the 24 lines of the National Anthem of Barbados. The first poem therefore is “In Plenty And In Time... More > Of Need.” The poems included here have been recorded and read on local radio, traditionally on Independence Day. Read the cleverly crafted poems that teach of Barbados and its people, Bajans.< Less
Notes and Letters By Bill Cushing
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Notes and Letters is an accompanying chapbook coming from the collaborative work of writer Bill Cushing and musician Chuck Corbisiero, two New York City neighbors who--45 years later--discovered they... More > had both ended up in Los Angeles. The book contains 18 poems that cover topics as varied as nature, inner cities, music, and religion with literary "visits" to Peru and Puerto Rico.< Less
A Galaxy of Verse, Vol. 36, No. 1 By Barbara Blanks, Editor
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A Galaxy of Verse Literary Foundation is a non-profit 501-c (3) organization that publishes member-submitted poems, hosts cash-prize contests, and aims to produce two issues of its anthology each... More > year. Membership is $20/year. Members receive two anthologies, and may enter contests at no additional charge. (Non-members may enter contests for $5 each. Winners are published, but anthologies must be purchased.) Patronage is greatly appreciated to help fund printing, postage and other expenses. Many of GOV’s members are award-winning and/or published poets. For complete information about A Galaxy of Verse, please visit www.barbara-blanks.com, and click on the appropriate links.< Less
The Norfolk Quill Vol. VIII By Margo Ball
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A compilation of poetry and fiction from the local community.
What We Have Done To Each Other By Alma Blood
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A short collection of poetry written by Alma Blood a 19 year old girl. She writes topics such an feminism, child abuse, healing, and the effects of PTSD and Dissociative Identity Disorder on everyday... More > life.< Less