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The Smell of Good Mud

by Lauren Zuniga

Nationally acclaimed for her poem, To The Oklahoma Lawmakers, which MoveOn.org called ïeThe most riveting message about the war on women in under three minutes," Zunigaïes newest collection of poetry, The...


Spiking the Sucker Punch

by Robbie Q. Telfer

In Spiking the Sucker Punch, Robbie Q. Telfer's first published collection, the author profiles the modern comedian from the inside out - starting with the innards and moving toward a damaged laughter. His work...


Rise of the Trust Fall

by Mindy Nettifee

In Mindy Nettifee's second book, Rise of the Trust Fall, her poems possess a magic that can only come from a seasoned writer willing to share more on the page than she's comfortable with. Whether exploring the...


Racing Hummingbirds

by Jeanann Verlee

Racing Hummingbirds examines, critiques, and at times delights in one woman's navigation through the many worlds of manic depression and her struggle to maintain humanity in the process. Jeanann Verlee's award-winning...


New Shoes On A Dead Horse

by Sierra DeMulder

The Romans believed that an artist's inspiration came from a spirit, called a genius, that lived in the walls of the artist's home. This character appears throughout the book, providing charming commentary and...


Over the Anvil We Stretch

by Anis Mojgani

Over The Anvil We Stretch contains swampy, powerful poems that are as exciting as the pocket knife you got for your birthday, the three legged frog on the lawn and the jar of marbles your mother kept in the...


Live for a Living

by Buddy Wakefield

"Tender, jarring and deeply human, Live For A Living is a book of poetry that is pulsing with the same electricity and honesty found in Buddy's live performances." - Andrea Gibson; International Poet-Activist...


Learn Then Burn: A Modern Poetry Anthology for the Classroom

by Tim Stafford & Derrick Brown

Hello teachers! We know you work hard. Besides ninjas, you have the hardest job in the world. Between the teaching, the testing, the grading, and the nurturing it's difficult to seek out new materials for your...


Pole Dancing to Gospel Hymns

by Andrea Gibson

Andrea Gibson's dynamic and energetic first book, Pole Dancing to Gospel Hymns, challenges us to not only read, but to react. Hauntingly vivid, the poems march through a soldier's lingering psychological wounds,...


The Last American Valentine

by Derrick Brown

Illustrated poems to seduce and destroy. The Last American Valentine is a unique anthology of non-sappy love poetry and flash fiction. Poet Laureates, rock musicians, actors, famed prose writers and a few talented...


Don't Smell the Floss: Amazing Short Stories by Matty Byloos

by Matty Byloos

Like pop songs that have overdosed on camera cleaning fluid and pills, Matty Byloos's short stories are most definitely NOT traditional ideas on the subjects of love, daydreaming, and the psychological dramas...


The Constant Velocity of Trains

by Lea C. Deschenes

Author Lea Deschenes' collection of honest, inquisitive poetry takes readers on a tour from the front steps in her native New England to uncharted jungles and beyond the edge of the universe, accompanied by...


The Last Time as We Are

by Taylor Mali

You don't need a classroom to be a teacher, and you don't need to be a teacher to help someone learn a lesson. Taylor Mali's poetry explores this truth in entertaining and plainspoken ways because "the last...


Ceremony for the Choking Ghost: Poems by Karen Finneyfrock

by Karen Finneyfrock

After losing her sister to heart failure, Karen Finneyfrock was unable to write poems for three years. Her voice came back, whispering at first, then screaming. Ceremony for the Choking Ghost contains the sound...


Animal Ballistics

by Sarah Morgan

Sarah Morgan's newest release of poetry, Animal Ballistics, is dark and charmingly bizarre. This book has a bone for every body - the regret hounds, the lake sympathizers, the lost who embrace their wilderness....


I Love Science!

by Shanny Jean Maney

Science, poetry and Jeff Goldblum form a covalent bond that puts the poetic fire underneath our bunsen burners. A Lab Tech of words, Maney turns plain language into curious, knowledge-hungry poetry.


City of Insomnia

by Victor Infante

City of Insomnia is a book about being lost and what you find when you're lost. Poetry that explores the landscapes of California, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts, Infante transforms city streets, love, America's...


The Feather Room

by Anis Mojgani

Science, birds, Billy the Kid, and lots of feathers surround The Feather Room, Anis Mojgani's follow up to his Pushcart-nominated work, Over the Anvil We Stretch. In The Feather Room, Mojgani further explores...


Working Class Represent

by Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz

In her third collection of poetry, Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz celebrates the ups and downs of being a poet with a day job. Whether exulting the mundaneness of office life ("Rules of Slack"), musing about hidden...


Dear Future Boyfriend

by Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz

In her celebrated debut volume, Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz tackles, among other idiosyncratic topics, love ("Science"), heartbreak ("Lit"), and thieving suburban punks ("Ode to the Person Who Stole My Family's...