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In a repurposed London church, Fran and Pete discover new sides to their mate Rob during his first photography exhibition. But their dream day out turns into a nightmare when Rob, encouraged by Fran’s experience with the metaphysical, moves too quickly. The inseparable are torn apart. In the aftermath, Fran finally discovers irrefutable proof that dreams do manifest themselves in the physical realm, but simply waking up is not an option.
Sixteen tiny poems–sixteen huge hints. Take (and dispense) as needed, whether you are at home, on the road, with someone, or alone.
In this collection of 20 haiku, Ben Moeller-Gaa takes us on a cyclical journey through what initially appears to be a typical Midwestern year.
Jessica Otto’s collection speaks, pleads, and prays with divine inspiration to those who serve as oracles — and those who join together, oracular.
In this chapbook, Corey Mesler invokes the specter of a man known only as Mitmensch. Poem by poem, a variety of speakers construct a shadowy portrait of this man.
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.”