Eleanor Lerman’s “Strange Life” reviewed at ForeWord Reviews
Eleanor Lerman’s “Strange Life” has been reviewed by Michelle Anne Schingler at ForeWord Reviews. Here are a few small excerpts of the review, we encourage you to go over to ForeWord Reviews to read the rest of the review and many other informative reviews of other interesting work. “… a stunning new collection of poetry.…

This review was published in Prick of the Spindle (www.prickofthespindle.com) Volume 7.2 The Poetry Cheerleader: A Poetry Review Column Miss Unthinkable by Pamela Miller Reviewed by Kathleen Kirk, The Poetry Cheerleader Mayapple Press, 2013 ISBN: 978-1-936419-26-5 Perfect bound, 53 pp., $14.95 I can’t help but be an enthusiastic cheerleader for Miss Unthinkable by Pamela Miller,…

Search for a Velvet-Lined Cape – Marjorie Manwaring
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 94 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2013, ISBN 978-1-936419-15-9 Marjorie Manwaring lives in Seattle, where she is a freelance writer/editor, co-editor of the online poetry and art journal the DMQ Review, and editorial board member for Floating Bridge Press. Her poems have appeared in a variety of journals and anthologies, including 5…

A Palette of Leaves – Edythe Haendel Schwartz
Poetry. Paper, Perfect Bound. 72pp $14.95 plus S&H 2012, ISBN 978-1-936419-14-2 Edythe Haendel Schwartz is the author of “Exposure,” Finishing Line Press, 2007, a nominee for the California Book Award. Her poem “A Natural Phenomenon,” won first prize in the 2012 Friends of Acadia Poetry competition, and her poem “Resist” was a winner in Persimmon…

Breathing in the Dark – Howard Schwartz
Illustrations by Erica Kriss Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 92 pp. $15.95 plus s&h 2011, ISBN 978-1936419-005 Also available in laminated hardcover. $24.95 plus s&h. Howard Schwartz is a contemporary master of the parable, the short lyric and the tale. In Breathing in the Dark, he has multiplied his dreams, his myths, and his stories into…

No Eden – Sally Rosen Kindred
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 70 pp. $14.95 plus s&h 2011, ISBN 978-0932412-980 The poems in No Eden merge the landscapes of a rainy girlhood in the American South and the mythic world of Noah and the Flood. In these poems, a backyard stretches between a mother and daughter–the lessons of “distance tender and biblical.” The…