Poetry. Paper, Perfect Bound. 164pp.
$16.95 plus S&H
2009, ISBN 978-0932412-737
“The Blonde on the Train” by Eleanor Lerman is available on Kindle. Click to download from Amazon.
From Greenwich Village in the ’60s to Woodstock, NY, to an airport in the Midwest, Eleanor Lerman’s stunning short stories explore the disenchantment of this world, with love and hope and humor.
The Blonde on the Train – Eleanor Lerman
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 were spawned by the cherry industry.
Learn what it’s like to work through a “pack.” Discover all the
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Paper, perfect bound, 102 pp
$18.50 plus s&h
2006, ISBN 0-932412-38-6
“Detroit Stories” by Rhoda Stamell is available on Kindle. Click to download from Amazon
Mayapple Press’s first fiction publication. As Charles Baxter says, “All the grit, humor, intelligence and darkness of Detroit” can be found in this collection of stories about people struggling to love and be loved.
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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 linked stories, Garnett Kilberg Cohen explores the complex ways in which people choose to remember—or not remember—the past.
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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 and his sense of beauty. When he meets Kate, an older woman who has always found her sense of worth in sexual relationships, she becomes his patron. Although she is unable to free herself from her own rigid sense of how things are supposed to be, Kate helps Suliman to reinvent himself as a successful artist, finding beauty and vitality in the urban landscape
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