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An Unwalled City by Genevieve Betts

An Unwalled City by Genevieve Betts

Poetry by Genevieve Betts. An Unwalled City is Betts' debut collection, filled with rich and iconic imagery. Her world is rich with humor and reflection. An Unwalled City is an approachable poetry collection that can be enjoyed by everyone. Whether writing of childbirth, caring for an adventurous pet tarantula as a child in Arizona, or reading Sendak’s A is for Alligator to her son as, on the other side of the wall next door, a murder-suicide unfolds in Brooklyn, Genevieve Betts is an...
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Formation by Tammy T. Stone

Formation by Tammy T. Stone

Tammy T. Stone, BJ, MA, is a Canadian writer and photographer currently residing in Japan. Her poetry and short stories have appeared in various literary journals magazines, and she also writes about the arts and wellness for several publications internationally. She is at work on a novella and a novel. This is her first poetry collection. “Formation” begins with the attempt to engage with a lost childhood through words – but ultimately, it is a search for something deeper, the mining of...
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Near Death / Near Life by Dennis Maulsby

Near Death / Near Life by Dennis Maulsby

Near Death / Near Life strikes a meaningful and tender balance between the appreciation for life's poignant moments, and the human experience of war, both as a construct and a memory. Poetry: 114 Pages, Paperback Dennis Maulsby is a retired bank president living in Ames, Iowa with his wife, Ruth, a retired legal secretary, and his dog, Wally, a retired CIA operative. His poetry and short stories have appeared in Lyrical Iowa, The Des Moines Register, The North American Review, Spillway, Haiku...
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Scudder's Gorge by Geoffrey Craig

Scudder's Gorge by Geoffrey Craig

Scudder’s Gorge shines a harsh light on what man is capable of doing to his fellow man, beginning with the day of the “bomb” in Hiroshima and then moving backwards in time to Eighteenth Century Vermont to a village founded by post-Revolutionary settlers. Nestled between pine-clad ridges, the valley is home to a small band of Abenaki. The settlers and Native Americans trade with each other and live in peace until a love affair blossoms between a young Abenaki and the daughter of a village...
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The Hurricane by Deborah Guzzi

The Hurricane by Deborah Guzzi

This stunning collection of poems, written by international poet, Deborah Guzzi, speaks to timely and relevant societal issues, as well as the important icons of family, love, mercy, outrage, and things unsaid. Political themes resound, but never overpower her poems, which seem to unfold in layers, providing reading enjoyment for lovers of poetry regardless of age or experience. Guzzi’s book, The Hurricane, is a necessary addition to any serious collection of poetry today. Deborah Guzzi grew...
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Body Politic by Rich Murphy

Body Politic by Rich Murphy

Body Politic adds to the conversation of a generation with poetry that invokes thoughtful reflection. Whether you read for the love of poetry, to cheer and contemplate your beliefs, or simply to get a better understanding of other viewpoints, Body Politic delivers stunning poetry and deeply interesting reflections on relevant topics today. This is a must read! Praise for Rich Murphy! Rarely do I like explicitly political poetry, yet Richard Murphy may have convinced me otherwise. Murphy shows...
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Free Fire Zone by Dennis Maulsby

Free Fire Zone by Dennis Maulsby

Also available for Amazon Kindle. Welcome to the Free Fire Zone, also known as a free kill zone. In Vietnam, it was enemy territory, all the friendlies and neutrals moved out. Anyone found in such an area was considered hostile, a legitimate target that could be killed on sight, no questions asked. Each of the sixteen stories in this book originate from this zone, any subject, any genre fair game. The short stories are bound together by the main character, Rod Teigler, traveling through his...
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The Brave Maiden by Geoffrey Craig

The Brave Maiden by Geoffrey Craig

The Brave Maiden is the story of a young woman who – in a quest for revenge – prevails against greed, treachery and brutality in medieval England. She is destined to bring peace and justice to the country; but first, she must discover her inner strength and nurture the qualities required of a leader. About the author: Geoffrey Craig’s fiction, poetry and drama have appeared in numerous literary journals; and he has received two Pushcart Prize nominations. He retired from banking in 2002...
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The Darkroom: Poems by Anna Cates

The Darkroom: Poems by Anna Cates

In this masterful collection of poetry, Dr. Anna Cates showcases her extraordinary prowess with open form and free verse. This collection represents the darker side of Cates’s voice, perhaps the reader’s most beloved side of any poet, with themes like poverty, insanity, crime, and war. This is a collection that belongs in any serious library of poetry today.
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Torpedoes Away by Nicholas D'Angelo

Torpedoes Away by Nicholas D'Angelo

Torpedoes Away is a bombshell of micro poetry celebrating the art of haiku. Nicholas D’Angelo unloads these poems into the minds of his readers. Each creation is like a small epiphany bomb that explodes with meaning and resonance. Instead of chaos, these poems feel like they leave behind order, helping us to make sense of the world through the lens of the poet. If you love haiku, you will adore Torpedoes Away. About the Poet: Nicholas D'Angelo was born and raised in Newark, NJ. He received...
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