A Weakness for Boleros – Lidia Torres
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 48 pp $12.50 plus s&h 2005, ISBN-0-932412-34-3 A Weakness for Boleros by Lidia Torres The bolero was composed for you and me. For all the ten year olds drawn to the plastic dials of the radio, drooling a bit perhaps, swaying uncontrollably as the air in the room tensed, focused on…

Markers – Suzanne Keyworth
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 72 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2005, ISBN-0-932412-35-1 Aunt Maggie Mae Harrison-Norton October 8, 1900—May 30, 1977 by Suzanne Keyworth after Bobby’s death, 1936 At the edge of a highway a child waits to cross over. He is difficult to see through the whirring layer of years, almost impossible to feel. Dressed…

The Mysteries of the Rosary – Martin Achatz
Poetry. Paper, Perfect Bound. 62pp. $10.00 plus S&H 2004, ISBN 0-932412-28-9 Based loosely on the Catholic Rosary and other devotional prayers, this collection of poems is quiet and intense, walking the mysterious line between sacramental and sacrilegious. Sleeping with Grief by Martin Achatz I don’t know what to do with my wife’s grief, How she…

Coming Clean – Adrienne Lewis
This item is part of the Book of the Month Special Offers! Paper, perfect bound, 30 pp $8.00 plus s&h 2003, ISBN 0-932412-21-1 The poem as a form of prayer is one of poetry’s earliest traditions. In the lyric poems of this strong first book, Adrienne Lewis explores the nexus of faith and sexuality as…

Nieblas de Luna / Moon Fogs – Johnny Durán
Bilingual (Spanish/English) Paper, saddlestitched, 52 pp $8.50 plus s&h 2004, ISBN 0-932412-23-8 A bilingual collection translated from the original Spanish by the author. This is the first title in our new Mamey Editions project, focused on bilingual publications and Caribbean literature. Judith Kerman comments: “The poet’s voice explores the distances of desire with a quiet…

House – Mariela Griffor
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 56 pp. $14.95 plus s&h 2007, ISBN 978-0932412-539 House is a love affair between the poet and Chile. While making real the struggles of war, becoming an expatriate and the alienation that accompanies the immersion in a new culture, Griffor also conveys the beauty and nostalgia she feels for her home…