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  1. Ride a Bright and Shining Pony

    Ride a Bright and Shining Pony

    $20.00

    Fact and fiction are irrevocably intermingled in a former Washington Post writer’s fast-moving, tragic love story of the day of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom just 50 years ago.

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  2. To the Final Cinder

    To the Final Cinder

    $20.00

    Formal. Beautiful. Tough. Intricate. Musical. Desire. Symphonic. Sad. Ambitious. Large and brave. [Reading this book,} I feel breath­less and sad that the world I live in doesn’t care or is avoiding the size, scale, bounty, moral rigor, and passion of our lives that can be found here. —Linda Gregg, author of All of It Singing: New and Selected Poems

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  3. GLTTL STP

    GLTTL STP

    $12.00

    Free verse poems, highly regarded by formalists, brilliantly crafted by a musician/poet. Gutsy, sad, hilarious, elegiac: a walk on the side side (from around a corner.) Learn More Add to Wishlist
  4. Theft

    Theft

    $15.00

    Here are deceptively simple and direct poems which go deep into human experience and speak to us all, sometimes incorporating themes and images from other people ranging from John Donne to Marilyn Monroe, a way for the author to “travel through the dark” (from William Stafford’s poem) into “this dark, my dark.”

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  5. My Hands Remember

    My Hands Remember

    $15.00

    Richard Fein’s translations from Yiddish read like beautiful poems in English; his Hebrew Bible poems speak to us in intimate and dramatic idiom. Learn More Add to Wishlist
  6. Many Parishes

    Many Parishes

    $15.00

    Here are elegant poems that chew on and rock to the problems of human existence "in a world where even right things/go wrong," and here is God,  present but silent as "the men who crawl the back gates calling for her . . . because she is small [and] they are not,/because they are exposed and need a hand."—Hilda Raz, poet and editor, author of All Odd and Splendid

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  7. A Better House for Ritchie

    A Better House for Ritchie

    $12.00

    As you read this play, you'll laugh, get tears in your eyes, occasionally want to give Ritchie and/or his partner a smack upside the head, and find yourself singing along with the two characters' bawdy parodies of Christmas carols.

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  8. And For the Mouth A Flower

    And For the Mouth A Flower

    $15.00

    And For The Mouth A Flower’s the quest you make after nothing’s left.

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  9. A Parting Glass

    A Parting Glass

    $12.00

    Poems by internationally-known poet and editor of VISIONS INERNATIONAL inspired by his and his family’s year in Mallow, County Cork, 2012-2013.

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  10. Above All Things

    Above All Things

    $12.00

    Here are poems in a voice Blankenburg’s many readers haven’t heard before, a spiritual voice (though still wry), illustrated by his own exuberant paintings.

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