Blues for Port City – David Lunde
Paper, saddlestitched, 24 pp $5 plus s&h 1995, ISBN 0-932412-07-8 Science fiction poems which are truly science fiction and truly fine contemporary poetry, “written” by an inhabitant of the demimonde of a space station. Includes Rhysling-award winner “Pilot, Pilot.” Pilot, Pilot by David Lunde Your eyes were mirrors then, silver as pressure domes, your head…

a vision of corrected history with breakfast – Al Hellus
Poetry. Paper, saddlestitched, 24 pp $5 plus s&h 1995, ISBN 0-932412-08-4 These are edgy, raunchy, funny and powerful poems. a vision of corrected history with breakfast by Al Hellus the days’ casting call includes newsbites on the radio that could have happened anywhere between the last fifty years and breakfast, which is a plate of…

As If Anything Could Grow Back Perfect – Toni Ortner
Paper, saddlestitched, 16 pp $5 plus s&h 1979, ISBN 0-932412-02-5 A collection of short lyrics with a contemporary flavor and imagery centered on popular music. Published in cooperation with Earth’s Daughters magazine. As If Anything Could Grow Back Perfect by Toni Ortner These days I spend all day burning my past watching sheets of paper…

Translate into English – Don Cellini
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 70 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-911 Translate into English is framed with grammatical instructions from a turn-of-the-century Spanish lesson book. Possessing a rare elegance and integrity, Cellini’s poems are intelligent and clever while capturing subtle emotions. From the compelling concept to the fine execution of these poetic vignettes—each work,…