Coming Clean – Adrienne Lewis
This item is part of the Book of the Month Special Offers! Paper, perfect bound, 30 pp $8.00 plus s&h 2003, ISBN 0-932412-21-1 The poem as a form of prayer is one of poetry’s earliest traditions. In the lyric poems of this strong first book, Adrienne Lewis explores the nexus of faith and sexuality as…

Strata – Hugh Fox
Poetry. Paper, saddlestitched, 28 pp. $5.50 plus s&h 1998, ISBN-0-932412-12-2 “The poetry of Hugh Fox suggests a sort of mythical exploration of experience, how a particular moment can serve as a coming together of the eternal — cross cultural and cross experiential…” — Mahlon Coop The Angel of Death Flies By — This Time (part…

Staying Intact – John Palen
Poetry. Paper, saddlestitched, 28 pp $6 plus s&h 1997, ISBN-0-932412-11-4 These poems, as with any real poetry, make us see in new and deeper ways. Most of the works involve common feelings or occurances that we do not normally deem significant or beautiful. John’s elegant use of words brings out that beauty (not always a…

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…

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…

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…