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Book: Cherished Pulse - Unconventional Love Poetry (Celebration Series of Poetry Chapbooks) by Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Cherished Pulse is a booklet of twenty poems that look at love from a mature, sensitive perspective. Never sentimental or sing-songey (forget Hallmark!), the poems explore love in its many guises--longing, sensuality, and that sacred place between desire and consumation. A gift for anyone you love. Valentine' s Day or any other. From the multi award-winning Celebration series of chapbooks by [...]
 
Book: Deeper into the Pond - A Celebration of Femininity by Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Thischapbook is a Military Writers' Society Award Winner. Authors Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson expect this fifth in their Celebration Series of chapbooks conceived to as inexpensive gifts or super-thoughtful greeting cards to be their most successful of all. Author Nancy Famolari says, "These poems speak to all the stages of a women's lives reminding us how far we've come and how [...]
 
Book: She Wore Emerald Then - Reflections On Motherhood by Carolyn Howard-Johnson, Magdalena Ball & May Lattanzio (Photographer)
"[Both] poets continue to write poems that don't sound either like banal Hallmark cards or the bitter-at-dysfunctional-family jeremiads that habitually torture MFA writing workshop participants." ~Kristin Johnson, screenwriter and founder of the Warrior Poets Project - She Wore Emerald Then is collaboration on the subject of motherhood by award-winning poets Magdalena Ball and Carolyn [...]
 
Book: Anatomy of a Poet by CJ Heck
Poetry can be daunting and hard to understand, but it doesn't have to be. I feel a poet has an obligation to write in a way that everyone can understand. Poems should flow softly through a poet's words, their meanings gently caressing the heart and mind of its reader. If a poem comes from the heart, it will reach other hearts, and this is what I've tried to do with the poetry in "Anatomy of a [...]
 
Book: Nasty Women's Almanac - Poetry Edition - Feminine Voice Striving Toward a Brighter Day by Lorelei Kay
One of the many deplorable events in the 2016 election occurred during one of the final moments of the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Donald interrupted Hillary while she was answering a question by calling her a "nasty woman." His comment immediately created a feminist rallying cry. Within minutes, #NastyWoman and #IAmANastyWoman were trending on social media [...]
 
Book: Ring of Fire - Selected Poems 1972–2008 by Alessandra Gelmi
Alessandra Gelmi attended boarding school in Rome and received her BA in English from Barnard College, Columbia University. She was awarded a teaching fellowship from Boston University, where she received her master's degree and taught creative writing under the aegis of three Nobel Laureates. Her literary awards include the Irene Leache Memorial Prize and the Amy Loveman Competition (open to [...]
 
Book: Imperfect Echoes - Writing Truth and Justice with Capital Letters, lie and oppression with Small by Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Accepted for inclusion in Poets & Writers prestigious list of published poets, multi award-winning novelist and poet Carolyn Howard-Johnson is widely published in journals and anthologies. She is the recipient of the California Legislature's Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment Award, and her community's Character and Ethics award for her work promoting tolerance with her writing. She was [...]
 
Book: Poetry from The Lady of the Pier by Effrosyni Moschoudi
Joanna boards a flight from JFK to visit the Greek island of Sifnos again after twenty years. All this time, despite the distance and her life's circumstances, she's been holding on to precious memories from an old summer love. Now, she's determined to meet again the man she once left behind, hoping for a chance to prove she never forgot their old promise The book contains a Greek short story of [...]
 
Book: Eating God by Roy Anthony Shabla
This is a book of spiritual and ecstatic poetry in the tradition of Rumi. It will change your ideas about spirituality and life. Be prepared to be changed! This is an excellent book for the spiritual-seeker, the soul-searcher, the person experiencing the dark night of the soul. It has been a favorite teaching tool in classes of meditation, yoga, and tai chi. eating God is a cycle of poems [...]
 
Book: Imagining the Future - Ruminations on Fathers and Other Masculine Apparitions by Magdalena Ball & Carolyn Howard-Johnson
As part of the special celebration giftbook series, Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Magdalena Ball have produced a poetry chapbook focusing on fathers, husbands, and men in general. Imagining the Future: Ruminations on Fathers and Other Masculine Apparitions makes a wonderful gift for Father's Day or anytime you want to say something unique to a special male in your life as only poetry can. The [...]
 
Book: Horses and other doubts by Mois Benarroch
Benarroch was born in 1959 in Tetuan/Morocco, between Tangier and Gibraltar. He grew up in a mixture of cultures and languages, Spanish being his mother tongue, attending a French school, hearing the Arabic of the streets and praying in Hebrew. In 1972 He emigrated to Israel and lives since then in Jerusalem. He has published 5 books of poetry and prose in Hebrew and one in Spanish. His poetry [...]
 
Book: Poemtry - A Collection Of Possible Poetry by Jael S. Whitney
(pronounced po-em-tree) This book is a collection of satirical, whimsical poems from the young ingenuity of 16-year-old Jael Whitney. The poems in this book were written starting when the author was just 10, but the rhythm and language of the poetry have been said to be "on par with Prelutsky and Silverstein." The pen-and-ink illustrations in the book were drawn by the author. With a quick tongue [...]
 
Book: All Things Dance Like Dragonflies - Transmundane poetry designed for every ordinary day by C. JoyBell C.
Transmundane poetry designed for every ordinary day! Introducing a whole new style of C. JoyBell C. poetics and the very first book illustrated by the Author herself, All Things Dance Like Dragonflies will pull the realm from beyond, into the realm that you exist in! Remember the last time you caught a dragonfly? It was a magical world you could take part of, you could capture the thing from a [...]
 
Book: Pretty Words - from a tale-spinner's heart by Harlow Clark
A deep and thoughtful collection of poems and two essays written over the course of three years about life, love, and the random and sometimes poetic thoughts that float through my brain. I'm a storyteller at heart, and I don't consider what I've written any more than flinging together pretty words in hopes that I'd hit a few heart strings and touch someone's life for the better. These poems are [...]
 
Book: Sublime Planet (The Celebration Series of Poetry) by Magdalena Ball, Carolyn Howard-Johnson & Ann Howley (Photographer)
"Sublime Planet begins with Carolyn Howard Johnson's love poems to the living world, rapturous poems, expansive in spirit yet precise in detail: 'An impossible moth,/dark eye at its center, opaque//helicopter blades buzz and blur... .' In Magdalena Ball's darker meditations, hurt and thirst have entered the world facilitated, in part, by the machinations of civilization. While Howard-Johnson's [...]
 
Book: Flyover Seasons by Gene Stark
"Flyover Seasons" is a poetic excursion through the changing seasons out in 'Flyover Country.' Anyone who lives between the coasts will recognize the plain, unabridged rhythm portrayed in the series of poems. Everyone needs to feel the rustic ecstasy of the seasons and experience the pure joys of the land and elements of the great middle. The character of "The Old Hand" will show you a unique [...]
 
Book: A-Z Poetry - Fruits and Veggies by Kaelah Mickelle
A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies is a collection of 26 highly creative and entertaining acrostic poems. With visually captivating illustrations and rhyming verse, learning the alphabet is now more fun! As an added bonus, each poem provides a clever mnemonic device that aids in teaching children how to spell their fruits and veggies.
 
Book: White Noise - Poems of the Zombie Apocalypse by Rhonda Parrish
Watch the end of the world unfold in these twenty zombie-tastic poems by Rhonda Parrish. Experience the grime and the gore of the shambling, undead menace right alongside moments of hope and love. "A collection of vivid scenes laid out in sharp and articulate verse, that when assembled, construct a grim narrative filled with tension, stark imagery, and unusual beauty. WHITE NOISE reaches in and [...]
 
Book: The Realist by Zeph Wilks
Poetry that's sharp as a razor and darkly ironic. After years of drug abuse that led to he death of a few of my closest friends i withdrew into a agoraphobic hermitage. A few good friends encouraged me back from that darkest of places.i began reading poetry that was recommended to me by a friend and was fascinated by the the beauty and terror that can be encapsulated in a few powerful lines of [...]
 
Book: Shadows Of Life - A collection of poetry by Dr Nazreen
The Shadows of Life are emotions; the thoughts, desires, and aspirations trailing in our wake. Shadow-like in manner but shrouded by our physical form, we often seek to reveal them only in the darkness sometimes of the day but other times, of our lives. Segregated into three sections, this book is a compilation of poems and prose, dealing with quotidian feelings such as love, longing, [...]
 
Book: Drunk Dialing the Divine by Amber Koneval
How would you respond when a friend drunk-dials you to make a prayer request? What do you say when you are furious with God, but aren't willing to part with Him? How do you vent your frustrations to your Creator? When is it okay to be angry with God? Drunk Dialing the Divine is an attempt to capture a glimmer of the darker side of the emotional struggle of the deeply faithful. Though each poem [...]
 
Book: Drunk Dialing the Divine by Amber Koneval
How would you respond when a friend drunk-dials you to make a prayer request? What do you say when you are furious with God, but aren't willing to part with Him? How do you vent your frustrations to your Creator? When is it okay to be angry with God? Drunk Dialing the Divine is an attempt to capture a glimmer of the darker side of the emotional struggle of the deeply faithful. Though each poem [...]
 
Book: The Suns Snow And The Sands Move - A thing of magic, a gift of poetry and prose by C. JoyBell C.
The sands that move and escape onto your skin illuminate you! You are carried on the blizzards of many suns; they are a legion, even more than Jupiter's moons! Speak the language of celestial beings, let the words pull you unto them and set you loose in the place that is not hidden, but still is unseen. This place, these words: a thing of magic!
 
Book: Clearing the Tangled Wood - Poetry As a Way of Seeing the World by James Lawless
This monograph is a study of poetry as an alternative way of seeing the world and of obtaining insights into realities that enable the reader to see the vast otherness that usually eludes. The process of creativity is discussed. The influences of other disciplines on the heightening of consciousness are described as well as methodologies of observation that have been employed in the last 100 [...]
 
Book: White Sails by Ann Yu Huang
White Sails by Ann Yu Huang is a lyrical exploration of the surreality of one's life in response to one's dreams. Utilizing an array of elliptical lyrical styles, the collection delves deeply into the realm that underscores reality. "My very multi-cultural and multi-lingual upbringing fueled many dreams along my life journey. When my first chapbook was published, I began to realize the deep [...]
 
Book: A rhythmic view (Volume 1) by Joe Charogoff
This is the first volume of a collection of poetry I am writing. There are 42 poems and the book is 60 pages. Each of these poems has to do with an alternate perspective to 'the normal one', and how changing our view is difficult, as well as extremely important. They are meant to be thought-provoking, opposed to emotion-provoking, but I think you'll get something meaningful out of them either way.
 
Book: Sand in the Desert - Poems of Raketh Namar as translated by Ardaval Namar and Gavin Frey by Margaret Fieland
"Sand in the Desert" is the collection of poems I wrote in the persona of Rakath Namar, poet , and namesake of the main character in my novel, "Relocated." I wrote thirty-one poems, poems which are meant to be part of a sacred text for my alien society. They contain what we would view as prayers and other sacred writings. Almost all the poems are less than one page in length, and many are rhymed. [...]
 
Book: Desert Ramblings - Arid Ebbs of Consciousness by Kit Clayton
If you have ever desired to stand at the peak of a mountain, and feel the power of Earth whispering to you, this anthology is for you. If you have ever felt a soft breeze which evoked you being able to see messages being blown by, these poems will have meaning for you. Spaces and places have deeper universal meaning, and by opening our soul and allowing it to look and listen, and then to see and [...]
 
Book: Water is Many - 50 Poems by Amy Michelle Mosier
A collection of 50 poems - cinquains, triolets and ghazals, but mostly free verse. Two poems, "The Ballad of Red Feather" and "The Bells of San Xavier" are ghost stories. WHAT a curtain Bisbee has That keeps Mexico subdued And influences the lands From which the Sierra was hewn. What purple folds keep Oaxaca As a fortress in the sky Breaking only in Panama To let a vessel dredge by. No courier [...]
 
Book: Winter on the Glen - Poetry Book by Eugene Williams
This book of collective thoughts is for my two beautiful daughters, thirty years of not knowing where they were how their life turned out. There was not a day that went by that I didn't think about them and tried to find them, finely through fate and faith we found each other within a week on Facebook. It has been a tearful and wonderful reunion. Now we can begin the process of getting to know [...]
 
Book: A Piece of Me by Mechi Renee
A PIECE OF ME is a collection of poems written by Mechi Renee between 2005 and 2011. The book is a reflection of the struggles that women go through in relationships, friendships, and within themselves. Women.Struggles.Love. Faith.Hope.Encouragement. A PIECE OF ME is a self-reflection of who I am as a woman.
 
Book: Pains From The Heart - Journal Of A Journey by Emarie
A divorce changes you forever, empowers you and strengthens you in ways you may have thought not possible at the time. I originally only wrote this collection for my own catharsis because the pain, insecurities and rage were consuming me, and I knew I had to release those feelings to be able to move on. As friends read them though, they felt that many other women could and would relate and 'feel' [...]
 
Book: The Macabre Masterpiece - Poems of Horror and Gore by Justin Bienvenue
Step into the darkness to witness the horror and madness that personifies evil Don't run from your fears, embrace them! 2x #1 Most downloaded book for Kindle Store-Poetry-Contemporary This book is a MUST for Horror and Poetry lovers A book of fifty horror poems within five chapters, each a different kind of Horror. Each poem more eerie, creepy and sinister than the next. The chills one will [...]
 
Book: Stone Poetry by Riiva Williams
It a collection of poems that I have written and performed over the years as I was a part of a poetry group while I lived in Boston, MA. After i left the group I moved back to the British Virgin Islands where I continued my work with my poetry and writing. I was inspired to write this book because I felt it would be easier to share my work with the world. The primary readers for this book is ages [...]
 
Book: A Woman's Faith by Kimberly DuBoise
This is a journey into defining faith for ourselves as women and seeing how it applies to our lives. The second half is poetry. This book is meant to uplift, encourage and inspire. I hope to bring clarity and insight through the pages of this book. I was inspired to write this book by considering how we each have a common need to understand our truest self, our connection to everything, and make [...]
 
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