The eighteen poems in this collection take an arc-like journey through western North America. Colorado, Mexico, California—regardless of place, Joseph Hutchison finds a way to commune with nature and communicate with people. These poems simultaneously describe focused moments and broad narratives in language infused with the inhabitants and sensations of each place. Crows. Comets. Mountains. Oceans. Joseph’s description of this earth-boat we all share is so engaging that “for a few breaths [you may] feel it drifting.”
In this collection, Jenny Billings Beaver takes us on a journey through her ordinary world filled with ordinary things, things turned extraordinary through twists of fate and perception. Riding to art lessons, sitting in church, watching a movie, answering the phone—these simple activities take on new significance in the context of a life in which the unexpected routinely occurs.
Riverwalker by Brenda Bowen ISBN 978-1-61019-211-8 (Green Edition) $6 + $1 shipping ISBN 978-1-61019-013-8 (eBook Edition) $0.99 In this poetry collection, Brenda Bowen shares snapshots from a life spent along […]
On the Humber by Julie L. Corbett ISBN 978-1-61019-209-5 (Green Edition) $6 + shipping ISBN 978-1-61019-011-4 (eBook Edition) $0.99 In this poetry collection, Julie L. Corbett explores the River Humber […]
In this poetry collection, John Sibley Williams explores the inner and outer landscapes encountered on a journey to Iceland. As with physical landscapes, surprising perspectives are revealed by each step. Lava and ice, civilization and wilderness, family and solitude–these apparent contradictions collide inside poems which beg to be read aloud, just as their Nordic ancestors were around Iceland’s first man made fires.
In this poetry collection, Julie L. Corbett explores the River Humber and its surroundings as only a native can. Her intimate knowledge of the river and its communities—both natural and human—give readers an inside glimpse of details beyond the bridge: The North Sea, cliff tops, pavements, and kitchens. Corbett describes these diverse locales through the eyes of a traveller—a traveller exploring an uncharted wilderness called home.
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Today is the official release date of Tom Mahony’s minichap Dead Glass, illustrated by Jennifer Noel Bower. We’ve now officially shipped the pre-orders and we have exactly ZERO copies left. What an awesome launch, both of their title and of our minichap line in general!