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The Woman in Dark Clothes

by Will James

The Woman in Dark Clothes (for Edith Stein) She adored Husserl, the depths of his thought. But philosophy was not enough for her. She became a student of love. We breathe in the ashes of those burned in the...


Beyond Fields of Rabbit's Foot

by C.J. Cala

Beyond fields of rabbit's foot, where foxtail touches every tree, where no current frost or flake fell, Kivi, the dwarf, sat, undisturbed-his blue beard nearly reaching to his knees. C.J. Cala is the author...


The Pleasure of Looking Sideways: Poetry and Short Story Collection

by Frank Kretschmer-Dunn

This is a collection of my writing, I put together that best shows my world around me. Each piece of writing is a glimpse of my take on the living environment around me and how I react to it. In this collection,...


Singing on the Sidewalk

by Carol P. Wight

The second collection of poems and images by this author includes 14 poems written in sonnet form, illustrated with 14 original black & white photographs. Her poetic and photographic reflections encourage readers...


A Backwards World

by Aidan Triantafillou

A Backwards World is a short poetry book that will open your mind on the world we live in. Aidan Triantafillou is young poet born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has spent many days traveling with his...


In the Forests of the Night

by Shalaena Medford

A collection of poetry and short stories, ranging from frightening to enlightening. Do not wander the treacherous paths of the forests in the night, for you may not like what you meet in the darkness.


The Passing Show

by William Clifford

Over four decades, Chicago poet William Argyle Clifford published over 700 poems in local newspapers. This collection includes all of his published and many of his unpublished poems, as well as his personal...


Cool and Collected Poems

by Mois Benarroch

Hailed as one of the leading Israeli poets, Benarroch´s poetry has been published in a fifteen languages, including Urdu and Chinese. Julia Uceda considers that Benarroch holds the memory of the world in his...


Again and Again

by Daniel Blade

This body of work contains pages of living emotions and memories collected and kept alive by writ when much would have been forgotten. They are a glimpse of a fictional young life at the end of the 20th century...


Song of the Mantis: A Collection of Poetry

by Amir Clayton Powell

From the author of We Struggle Not Against Flesh & Blood comes Song of the Mantis. The poetry in this collection is playful in nature yet intensely reflective in some verses but at all times wildly fun and absolutely...


Those Roads All Travel

by Mr Ronald Kirkland

In the past I've written of things that charm, that awed or inspired. There is much indeed to prompt a sense of wonder in our world. Yet real life does not abide in those comfortable places long. There is much...


Small Poems

by David Jibson

A book of mostly short poems on a variety of topics with sections of general poems, poems inspired by classic literature, film noir and Lake Michigan.


Bricks: A Collection of Poetry (Spiritual Musings Series)

by Jerome Strong

Bricks Bricks is a collection of original poetry and the third volume of the Spiritual Musings Series. The poetry represents works written over nearly two decades. Inspired by a myriad of Muses, the poet attributes...


Something of the Mystical - In All Things Mundane

by Mr Ronald Kirkland

Seasons, often reflective of life, change in measured doses - or release in sudden fury. It is something to embrace in the end, or despair. I have in this volume written mostly of that in which I find delight....


Darkhorse:Redux

by M.J. Rawls

In light of inspiration for albums such as Linkin Park's "Reanimation", I wanted to go deeper in the previous "Darkhorse" work. Written like a miniature poetry book, with an album style, Darkhorse: Redux is...


Poems 151

by Alexander R. Korponay

A colorful, fanciful, inquisitive, and all encompassing journey of rhyming poetry. Divided into 8 sections, this book is packed full of diversity and things the general audience will be able to and can relate...


Vegas

by Murjani Rawls

The third book by Murjani Rawls, first in the Bucket List Traveling series, "Vegas", while written in a short time, embodied the synergy of traveling to Las Vegas, Nevada.


Sometimes

by Jim DuBois

This is a collection of previously published earlier poems by Jim DuBois, including themes of love, connection, the meaning of existence, sprituality, and space travel.


The Twisted Mind of Daniel Guyton (Poetry and Plays in the Dark Comedy Vein)

by Daniel Guyton

A collection of Dark Comedy Plays and Poetry by Daniel Guyton. Includes: SPAT!; MILO AND BARBARA; GEORGIE GETS A FACELIFT; ATTIC* (Winner of the Kennedy Center/ACTF New Play Award in 2004); I'M NOT GAY!; ROMANCE...


40 Short Poems

by Jim DuBois

A collection of 40 short poems by a long time poet. Called 'relentlessly dramatic' by one reader, and 'perfectly put together' by another. A short poem doesn't leave room for error. You must condense everything...