September 20, 2013, Now Available:
“Heinzelman has created a marvelous hommage to the erotic in all its forms and manifestations … ”—MICHAEL BLUMENTHAL
“… expansive variety of voices, inventions and moods, across a range from probing reflection to sheer rapture.”—NICHOLAS JOSE
“Ballads whose diction ranges from ‘wont’ and ‘my lady’ to ‘giddyup’ and ‘nipple rings,’ free-ranging adaptations of Horace, Neruda, and Eluard ... these poems are wildly imaginative and very, very sexy.”—ELLEN DORÉ WATSON
April 22, 2013 Now Available:
Finely tuned meditations on war, nature, friends, love; cycles of light and dark, fear and hope. One must climb to get to the light; certainty is uncertain.
April 21, 2013 A Word’s Worth Review: “... Michael Miller’s work encompasses that everything–love, war, the natural world ...”
May 15, 2013 Now Available:
Featuring Three Poems by Kurt Heinzelman
and Fall of ‘33: Turtle by Gary Lee Entsminger & Susan Elizabeth Elliott
June 9, 2013 GoodReads A.E. Stueve Reviews:
"... an honest, unwavering description of Schmitz’s journey to spiritual fulfillment. ... Schmitz takes her readers on a journey that is enlightening, heartening, and eye opening...”
April 22, 2013 Ruminate Reviews:
“... the dichotomous landscape of California’s San Joaquin Valley ... as the title proclaims, there is blessing to be found even in a landscape where ‘the heat bears down hard’ and where ‘dragonflies stick to the viscid air; / and birds have been stunned by it’...”
June 17, 2013 Now Available:
Ancient mountain sage Wu was so quiet, his mind so empty, that he could fill himself with timeless lyrics.
June 25, 2013 A Word’s Worth Review: “written with the touch of a word watercolorist ... Waldor illuminates the ineffable with powerful lyrics that have a minimal construct ...”
July 22, 2013, Now Available: Magical, Fantastical, Alphabetical Soup by Chuck Taylor
Insane, witty, hilarious, Taylor joins the alpha and omega of existence in mini-fictions, prose poems, and rants written to challenge and delight.
August 5, 2013 A Word’s Worth Review: “Youth, love, war, nature, Taylor covers both the surreal and ordinary, the social and political landscapes of American life, probing spiritual and moral concerns with irony, poetic skill, and philosophical insight.”
August 12, 2013, Now Available:
Set during the hopeful yet turbulent years of the Camp David peace talks, Widow Zion traces the unlikely romantic encounter of Stella, a wealthy Jewish American widow and Aryeh, her recalcitrant escort, an Israeli widower and war-weary soldier.
August 16, 2013 A Word’s Worth Review: “Besserman’s descriptions of Jerusalem are stunning–she writes with the insights of a poet and the exactness of a journalist ... ”
September 2, 2013, Now Available:
Wires happens in places that once were prairies, wheat fields, ball fields, hospital waiting rooms, and schools—and occupied by jack rabbits, snakes, and rusted tractors in the fields. The only constant may be the dark birds perched on the wires.
September 7, 2013 A Word’s Worth Review: “[Dickey] transports readers into harsh places of the Midwest ... reaching out to every generation with his wry style conceived in democratic introspection. Dickey belongs among the Best of American Poets, and Wires is a significant work of contemporary poetry—each poem is a polished gem. ”