The Translator’s Sister –  Mary Winegarden
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After The Firestorm – Susan Kolodny
Poetry. Paper, Perfect Bound. 62pp. $13.95 plus S&H 2011, ISBN 978-1-936419-07-4 Susan Kolodny draws on her work as a clinical psychoanalyst in her first collection of poetry, After the Firestorm. Kolodny’s evocative style arises from an imagination both sensory and analytical. The poems suggest the unity of love and suffering, and walk a difficult line…

Janet Planet –   Eleanor Lerman
Fiction. Paper, Perfect Bound. 208pp. $17.95 plus S&H 2011, ISBN 978-1-936419-067   “Janet Planet” by Eleanor Lerman is available in a Kindle edition. Click here to download from Amazon Janet Planet is a unique work that attempts to showcase the young and rebellious spirit of a Woodstock generation that eventually grew up-and away-from those glorious…

Nothing More To Tell –   George Dila
Trade Paperback. 100pp. $15.95 plus S&H 2011, ISBN 978-1-936419-05-0   “Nothing More to Tell” by George Dila is available in a Kindle edition. Click here to download from Amazon. Nothing More to Tell brings together short stories that reflect the combined effects of history, family, and society on the men and women of Michigan’s small…

Stranger Air – Stacie Leatherman
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 84 pp. $14.95 plus s&h 2011, ISBN 978-1936419-036 Stacie Leatherman’s dynamic poems inhabit the cusp between the domestic and the utterly strange. To read them is to travel where we haven’t been before, where things seem lost or on the verge of disappearing. To make something from nothing, out of the…

They Say This Is How Death Came into the World – Paul Dickey
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 78 pp. $14.95 plus s&h 2011, ISBN 978-0932412-997 Paul Dickey’s poems demonstrate perfectly how irony and wit can serve as little bits of salvation in a world that may not be entirely against us, but isn’t much for us, either. The poems in They Say This Is How Death Came into…

No Eden – Sally Rosen Kindred
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Mapping the Sands – Geraldine Zetzel
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 76 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-850 This book is a record, not so much of making life one’s own as of allowing it to emerge. Evoking the journey of a long life, Geraldine Zetzel’s accomplished poems express a potent, often playful imagination that reaches through strictures of propriety and…

The Other Place You Live – Jane O. Wayne
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 80 pp. $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-973 The Other Place You Live explores “the world’s slow unwinding.” With intensity of language and a bounty of imagery, she reveals those other places wherever she is in the world. The poems move effortlessly from metaphor to metaphor, gradually building an atmosphere of…

Cyborgia –  Susan Slaviero
Paper, perfect bound, 78 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-904 Melding the language of sci-fi and sensuality, Cyborgia, Susan Slaviero’s redolent, ambitious debut, wallows delightfully in its rhythm and vocabulary yet remains sharp and meticulous. In this lyric guide to cyborg feminism — complete with robosexuality and teledildonics — Slaviero traverses traditional female tropes,…