and David Glenn ...
"Alive with ancestral pain and steadfast in its dispossessed ferocity Hauntie's first collection of poems radiates with a wise rage transferred from generations before. By reattaching vocal chords to the spirit of the Hmong auntie-mother Hauntie honors...
Finalist for the 2016 National Jewish Book Award in Poetry
Yehoshua November's second poetry collection Two Worlds Exist movingly examines the harmonies and dissonances involved in practicing an ancient religious tradition in contemporary America...
“Susan Lilley’s clear speaking voice combines with her knack for striking images and metaphors to create a tone that is both intimate and inventive. It’s hard to stop reading these open-hearted accounts that follow her life from...
In this book a visual artist and a writer offer the fruits of contemplative practice. Marley Kaul a painter for over 50 years offers 20 images of egg tempera paintings made during a year long period of meditative reflection after receiving a serious...
The poems of this universal expat capture our foibles and follies yet somehow make us care about people like Filipinos trapped in Arabia or the kid who desperately wants to be part of the in-crowd but never will.About AuthorJ. TARWOOD has been a...
In this new collection Michael Kiesow brings imagination and insight to subjects drawn from personal history and cultural experiences ranging from cooking to dance myth and music. Childhood traumas and the persecution of those who are "different"...
Organized around the canonical prayer hours beginning in the evening and moving into morning (vespers compline vigils lauds) and set in an ethereal South Texas landscape the poems in John Fry's debut collection With the Dogstar as My Witness ...