Poetry, prose, photography, art – Paperback, perfect bound – 86 pages – $12.00 includes S&H
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A few words from the Editor:
Words for Words is an anthology of poetry, prose, and artwork from the students of the Bennett Intermediary and Onteora Middle and High Schools (Mayapple Press is located in the Onteora School district of NY State). All of the works were submitted by students, and selected, edited, proofread, and laid out by Eliza Siegel. The book is being sold to benefit the Bennett School library.
From the editor:
My name is Eliza Siegel and I am currently a junior at Onteora High School. For as long as I can remember, reading and writing have been central to my happiness, and have served as a means of
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Poetry. Paper, Perfect Bound. 90 pages
2013, ISBN: 978-1-936419-30-2 $19.95
About “Written on Water”
Note: this book includes a bonus CD
The Allegheny River is the easternmost west flowing river in the United States and was a major thoroughfare for early settlers. This anthology looks at the Allegheny historically, and as both a recreation area and a spiritual area today. The poems and prose pieces detail the full flow of the river, beginning near Port Allegany, PA; crossing the state line into New York; dropping back into Pennsylvania through small towns and forests; and merging with the Monongahela at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.
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Love Over 60: an anthology of women’s poems – Robin Chapman & Jeri McCormick, eds.
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 126 pp.
$16.95 plus s&h
2010, ISBN 978-0932412-874
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Love Over 60: an anthology of women’s poems
Edited by Robin Chapman & Jeri McCormick
This diverse anthology includes work by more than 80 poets, some well known and others relatively unknown, all over the age of 60. These poems speak of love in particular lives
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Greenhouse: The First 5 Years of the Rustbelt Roethke Writers’ Workshop – Judith Kerman & Amee Schmidt, eds.
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 78 pp.
$14.95 plus s&h
2008, ISBN 978-0932412-683
Greenhouse: The First 5 Years of the Rustbelt Roethke Writers’ Workshop
Edited by Judith Kerman & Amee Schmidt
The Rustbelt Roethke Writers’ Workshop/Retreat was inspired by the work and life of Pulitzer-Prize-winning poet Theodore Roethke (1908-1963), who was born and brought up in Saginaw, Michigan. The Workshop has met each July since 2002, providing experienced writers with a comfortable, egalitarian atmosphere of peer (teacherless) workshops and public readings. This anthology was published during the centennial year of Roethke’s birth as part of the year-long Roethke Centennial celebration.
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With a Cherry on Top: Stories, Poems, Recipes & Fun Facts from Michigan Cherry Country – Angela Williams
Paper, perfect bound, 130 pp
$17.95 plus s&h
2006, ISBN 0-932412-41-6
2006 Pushcart Prize nominee
With a Cherry on Top: Stories, Poems, Recipes & Fun Facts from Michigan Cherry Country
by Angela Williams
Do you know: How maraschinos are made? Why there aren’t any pitless cherries? What makes a great cherry margarita?
Cherries are to Northern Michigan what oranges are to Florida! In this highly personal view of Michigan’s cherry industry, Angela Williams cooks up a delightful confection of reminiscences, poems, recipes, facts and photos. Find out how cherry growing got started in the state and which Michigan cultural traditions
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Mona Poetica: A Poetry Anthology – Diane Shipley DeCillis and Mary Jo Firth Gillett, eds.
Paper, perfect bound, 114 pp
$16.50 plus s&h
2005, ISBN 0-932412-36-X
The Mona Lisa is the most famous painting in the history of art. It continues to inspire reproduction, parody and countless theories. We see facsimiles of it everywhere: on buildings and mugs, on computer ads, in cartoons. In honor of her 500th birthday, 2003-2006, Mona Poetica celebrates not only the painting but also inspiration and creativity. This rich and varied anthology includes work by: Stephen Dunn, Grace Bauer, William Blake, Edward Hirsch, Natasha Saje and many others.
Mona Poetica: A Poetry Anthology
Edited by Diane Shipley DeCillis and Mary Jo Firth Gillette
In Drought Time: Scenes from Rural and Small Town Life 2nd ed. – Douglas M. Smith, Melody Vassoff and Karen Woollams, eds.
2015 marks the 10th Anniversary of the publication of In Drought Time
Paper, perfect bound, 114 pp
Includes 62 full color and black & white illustrations
$27.00 plus s&h
(First edition 2005)
This edition 2015, ISBN 978-1-936419-57-9
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In Drought Time: Scenes from Rural and Small Town Life
Edited by Douglas M. Smith, Melody Vassoff and Karen
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Paper, perfect bound, 92 pp
$5 plus s&h
2004, ISBN 0-932412-25-4
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A semi-annual literary magazine of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and reviews.
- Daniel Crocker
- M.L. Liebler
- Skip Renker
- Kristen Garcia
- Leigh Grant
- Theresa Rosado
- Megan Michelle Ward
- Larry Levy
- Helen Raica-Klotz
- Nancy Tolson
- Judith Kerman
- Patricia Wellingham-Jones
- Pamela Miller
- Melissa Seitz
- Gerry LaFemina
- Mary Ann Samyn
- Dennis Hinrichsen
- Jeff Vande Zande
- Laura Derocher
- Michael Mosher
- C. Vincent Samarco
Uncommonplaces: Poems of the Fantastic – Judith Kerman and Don Riggs, eds.
Paper, perfect bound, 148 pp
$15.00 plus s&h
2000, ISBN 0-932412-17-3
Uncommonplaces: Poems of the Fantastic
edited by Judith Kerman and Don Riggs
with cover art by Judith Clute, features poems by
- Brian Aldiss
- Gene Doty
- Sydney Duncan
- Joe Haldeman
- Patricia Harkins-Pierre
- Donna Hooley
- Marilyn Jurich
- Judith Kerman
- Jeanne Larsen
- Robert Lima
- David Lunde
- Patrick O’Leary
- Don Riggs
- Dan Timmons
- Rick Wilber
- Jane Yolen