Long Live the 2 of Spades – Daniel Crocker
Poetry. Paper, Perfect Bound Green Bean Press, 1999 ISBN 1-89140810-0 $7 plus s&h This House by Daniel Crocker this house is kept warm except around the edges of rattle drawn windows and loosely hinged doors a beautiful woman who in secret hates her husband sleeps peacefully alone on the bedroom floor this house is well…

People Everyday and other poems – Daniel Crocker
Poetry. Paper, Perfect Bound Green Bean Press, 1998 ISBN 1-89140806-2 $12 plus s&h On the Bus by Daniel Crocker faces look the same for a while and are a little bit frightening but after a few hours or so they gain their own kind of focus and a little boy with a drity face turns…

3 Marbles – Judith Kerman
Paper, saddlestitched, 28 pp $7.00 plus s&h 1999, Cranberry Tree Press ISBN 0-9684218-1-4 You can also call us and use your credit card Fireflies by Judith Kerman In the dark, fireflies above the tall grass, in the leaves, over the lake, a circling fermentation. We slide out from overhanging trees, our paddles disturbing reflections of…

Mothering & Dream of Rain – Judith Kerman
Paper, perfect bound, 88 pp $12 plus s&h 1996, Ridgeway Press ISBN 0-932412-22-X Mothering is also available in a computer-based hypertext, published in Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext #2.2 You can also call us and use your credit card. from Mothering by Judith Kerman she sees him walking toward her across the sea floor, slow-motion…

How We Move the Air – Garnett Kilberg Cohen
Paper, perfect bound, 110 pp $16.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-935   “How We Move the Air” by Garnett Kilberg Cohen is available on Kindle. Click to download from Amazon How We Move the Air tells the story of musician Jake Doyle’s suicide and how, over time, it affected those who knew him. In seven…

The Art of Ruin – Rhoda Stamell
Novel. Paper, perfect bound, 126 pp $18.95 plus s&h 2009, ISBN 978-0932412-782 The Art of Ruin by Rhoda Stamell is available on Kindle. Click here to download from Amazon Suliman grew up as a street kid in Detroit. In jail, he began to understand himself as a man who can change things with his hands…