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  • Cats’ Only Vice Is Destruction

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    All of the humans are stuck at home, and the cats have no idea what to do! Their domain has been compromised, their kingdom invaded, and they are going to show their displeasure…by scratching and destroying everything! This delightful comedic poem ...


  • Another Time & Place

    A Memoir in Verse by

    More than a book of poetry, Another Time & Place: A Memoir in Verse also serves as a memoir in which the author, Silverghost, expresses his life story—the people, places, and events he has encountered—in primarily rhyming verse. With an uncanny ...


  • A Sweet New Season

    Reflections by

    Dianne Rossol’s latest book of poetry and prose delves into the beauty of transitions. From literal changes in seasons to evolutions within ourselves, A Sweet New Season: Reflections explores the wisdom that comes with life experience. As we age, ...


  • Lucid Wake

    Systems Determinism by

    ‘Lucid Wake' is the state of being aware of one's integral meaning. In a landscape affected by systems such as indoctrination, patriarchy, religion, and the media, the effects such as domination and maladaptive conditions are demonstrated. A ...


  • Don't Tell My Parents

    Queer Diasporic Truths by

    This book is my refusal to remain silent about the love that broke me. It is an unflinchingly honest collection of poetry that tells the story of how I developed a sense of self-worth through heartbreak and betrayal. It is the process of reconciling ...


  • Once is so Many

    Springwater Poems by

    This collection of spiritual poems derives mostly from the author’s years of meditation work. The result is a series of thoughtful, meditative, poetic bursts that draw on the natural world, emotion, and what it means to be in the present moment. ...


  • maybe this is a story about water

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    maybe this is a story about water explores what it means to hold spiritual beliefs in the face of a changing world. It questions, seeks, grieves, explores new answers, and ultimately celebrates the joy that can be found in connection to the world ...


  • What I Carry with Me

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    If you have ever wondered what the world looks like through the eyes of a poet, What I Carry with Me offers a glimpse. Only a hint because, as poet Carol A. Stephen illuminates, the world contains endless moments for pause, awe, and reflection. ...


  • Painted Words

    Poetry, Art and Parkinson's by

    Painted Words is a collection of twenty-five poems where poet Chantal Wolf finds her artistic voice again following a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease. These poems reflect on and investigate the complexities of the disease, what it means to be ...


  • Songs for My Father

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    Songs for My Father is a raw and honest collection of free verse poetry about the author’s relationship with her father. It chronicles how his anger and abuse left her emotionally trapped for many years, and how she found her way back into herself ...