Jayne Moore Waldrop

Jayne Moore Waldrop

Jayne Moore Waldrop Retracing My Steps Poetry “Jayne Moore Waldrop’s Retracing My Steps is presented as a chapbook but the power of the poems inside give it the force of a fully achieved book. Waldrop’s voice is strong, clear, confident, convincing. The nineteen...
John Warner Smith (canceled)

John Warner Smith (canceled)

John Warner Smith (canceled) Muhammad’s Mountain Poetry Muhammad’s Mountain, the first-ever book-length collection of poetry on the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali, consists of 45 poems, tracing the entire spectrum of outward events and inner forces that made...
Sandi Keaton-Wilson

Sandi Keaton-Wilson

Sandi Keaton-Wilson No Shroud of Silence Poetry Sandi Keaton-Wilson, an American writer of prose, poetry, short stories, plays, and performance pieces, lives a simple Christian life enjoying worship, family, friends, and the arts. Always a nature lover, she considers...
Tasha Cotter

Tasha Cotter

Tasha Cotter The Aqua Notebook Poetry The Aqua Notebook is an invitation to discover poetry in the everyday experience. Following in the footsteps of David Lehman’s The Daily Mirror, Frank O’Hara, and Emily Dickinson, this collection offers a poetic journal crafted...
Savannah Sipple

Savannah Sipple

Savannah Sipple WWJD & Other Poems Poetry WWJD & Other Poems is a wild valuation of the author’s true self (fat, queer, lesbian). It’s rooted in place, in the Appalachian vernacular, to write about experiences with domestic abuse, coming out,...
Brad Aaron Modlin

Brad Aaron Modlin

Brad Aaron Modlin Everyone At This Party Has Two Names Poetry “Brad Aaron Modlin is at once curious and bemused about our behaviors, the gaps in our understanding, and the questions that seem to have been answered behind our backs…His whimsical metaphors...
Kyla J. Lacey

Kyla J. Lacey

Kyla J. Lacey Hickory Dickory Dock… Poetry A tongue-in-cheek approach to explaining patriarchy, Hickory Dickory Dock, I Do Not Want Your C*ck breaks down patriarchy and sexism, so simply, that any caveman or even so-called-gentleman could get it. Filled with...

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