Glimmer Girls – Helen Ruggieri
Paper, saddlestitched, 40 pp $8.00 plus s&h 1999, ISBN 0-932412-16-5 Poems that evoke the author’s blue-collar, rock ‘n’ roll young womanhood. Sharp, gritty, honest and well-crafted. Information about Helen Ruggieri is available at http://helenruggieri.com Shoo Doobie Doobie Do by Helen Ruggieri Chuck Berry duckwalks across stage. We clap and scream. We’re yelling “Maybelline” rocking up…

Territories, Here & Elsewhere – Judith McCombs
Paper, saddlestitched, 28 pp $6 plus s&h 1996, ISBN-0-932412-10-6 “This poetry full of living detail, and within the detail is an ongoing motif of adventure, risk and survival. McCombs is a pleasure for me to read.” –Alicia Ostriker Pictures Not in Our Albums by Judith McCombs Somewhere it is still a dream of safety, our…

Occupied Territory – Evelyn Wexler
Paper, perfect bound, 80 pp $10 plus s&h 1994, ISBN 0-932412-06-8 “These intense, visceral poems cover the territory occupied by fear, pain, memory, loss and desire. The ultimate paradigm is that of the self–dual embodiment of victim and aggressor. Wexler’s clear, steady voice convinces us that everything is both personal and political.” — Jane Flanders…

Naked Woman Listening at Keyhole – Sophia Rivkin
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 44 pp. $13.95 plus s&h 2011, ISBN 978-1936419-043 Sophia Rivkin’s poetry simmers with visceral energy and surreal leaps. It is made of the dark soup of her Russian heritage, the light broth of her word play, and the sustaining whimsy of her artist’s eye. If language—in a well-chosen epigraph for the…

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…

Light That Sounds Like Breaking – Lynn Pattison
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 102 pp $16.00 plus s&h 2006, ISBN 0-932412-40-8 In these richly sensuous poems, Lynn Pattison explores the natural world, body politics, the life and work of Marc Chagall, Asian cultural influences filtered through an American sensibility and more, within an overall sequence loosely structured as a journey. The book’s stunning imagery…

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…

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…