Mapping the Sands – Geraldine Zetzel
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 76 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-850 This book is a record, not so much of making life one’s own as of allowing it to emerge. Evoking the journey of a long life, Geraldine Zetzel’s accomplished poems express a potent, often playful imagination that reaches through strictures of propriety and…

The Other Place You Live – Jane O. Wayne
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 80 pp. $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-973 The Other Place You Live explores “the world’s slow unwinding.” With intensity of language and a bounty of imagery, she reveals those other places wherever she is in the world. The poems move effortlessly from metaphor to metaphor, gradually building an atmosphere of…

Cyborgia –  Susan Slaviero
Paper, perfect bound, 78 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-904 Melding the language of sci-fi and sensuality, Cyborgia, Susan Slaviero’s redolent, ambitious debut, wallows delightfully in its rhythm and vocabulary yet remains sharp and meticulous. In this lyric guide to cyborg feminism — complete with robosexuality and teledildonics — Slaviero traverses traditional female tropes,…

Harmless –  Myra Sklarew
Paper, perfect bound, 92 pp $15.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-898 Harmless, Myra Sklarew’s tenth collection of poetry, distills the experience of a life spent in the pursuit of truth. Trained as a biologist, Sklarew draws upon the discourses of science and the arts in equal measure. Also versed in history, Sklarew is haunted by…

Six Lips –  Penelope Scambly Schott
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 80 pp $15.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-843 Six Lips is an imagistic and offbeat approach to the old standards of love, death, and the planet where they happen. The poems are feisty, thoughtful, fun to read; they riot with original and often dreamlike images: monkeys “who have learned to speak…

The Livelihood of Crows – Jayne Pupek
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 90 pp. $15.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-942 In Jayne Pupek’s poetry, we experience the slipperiness of language, of meaning, of life. She offers stories of mystery, luck, and particularly a humane understanding for the lapse in judgment and love. Her poems are filled with notes and reminders that you might…

Love Over 60: an anthology of women’s poems –  Robin Chapman & Jeri McCormick, eds.
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Why We Make Gardens (& Other Poems) –  Jeanne Larsen
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 74 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-959 In Why We Make Gardens (& Other Poems), Jeanne Larsen offers us poems filled with sustenance and surprise. In precise, meditative language, she investigates a full range of experience and feeling, from bodily desire to rage to astonishment at the wonders (and betrayals)…

Rain When You Want Rain – Betsy Johnson-Miller
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 74 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-867 Writing about life’s absurdities, Betsy Johnson-Miller infuses her lines with a winning sense of eros. In this beautifully crafted collection, she explores the fragile grace that is earned by finding a necessary voice in contrasts: mother/daughter, husband/wife, humor/sadness, faith/skepticism, the world of the…

The Angel Voices: A Poem – William Heyen
Paper, perfect bound, 66 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2010, ISBN 978-0932412-881 The Angel Voices is a sort of “luminous dream,” sometimes so real you can feel the heat 8. Ayta IA, McKinlay JB, Krane RJ. The likely worldwi-modifications in the gra-ta of gestational diabetes (GDM) induces in womensignificance (stimuliHormones of cylinders that are inserted surgically…