Poetry

Bird Slips, Moon Glows —by Linda H. Y. Hegland

Bird Slips, Moon Glows —by Linda H. Y. Hegland

The Dedication of this book makes it worth the price of admission. It’s to her high school counsellor, and it’s marvelous and sets the tone for the volume.

The National Gallery By Jonathan Ball

The National Gallery By Jonathan Ball

This book explores what is art. The poems are free verse and prose. Ball is quite a capable poet.

Resurrection Fail by John Wall Barger

Resurrection Fail by John Wall Barger

Conversation like poems await the reader in this new collection. The poems speak with a forthrightness in varying degrees of powerful moments.

Against Forgetting Paperback  by Keith Garebian

Against Forgetting Paperback by Keith Garebian

“Not all moments are disguised” is a line from one of Garebian’s poems in this collection.

Radiant By Kate Marshall Flaherty

Radiant By Kate Marshall Flaherty

Inspiring and musical poems give Marshall Falherty’s voice a strong nourishing quality. The book is in four sections.

Iolaire Paperback by Karen Clavelle

Iolaire Paperback by Karen Clavelle

This is a poem in letters that are fictitious constructs of an imagined character, Is, whose story based upon the Iolaire Disaster of 1/1/1919

Mockingbird by Derek Webster

Mockingbird by Derek Webster

Mockingbird is a provocative incursion into experimental poetry. Poems such as The Black Lake, Verlaine, Birdwatcher’s Fieldnotes, Identifying the Body have eccentric boundaries and the opening of these poems invites readers in and demands an instinctual response

Midway Radicals & Archi-Poems Paperback, 1 April 2017 by Ted Landrum (Author)

Midway Radicals & Archi-Poems Paperback, 1 April 2017 by Ted Landrum (Author)

Ted has written the poems with a light touch, deftly chiseled, and delved into large questions about selfhood, art, and mortality in his powerful debut.

Were There Gazelle by Laura K.Mcrae

Were There Gazelle by Laura K.Mcrae

Were There Gazelle by Laura K.Mcrae is a spectacular poetic collection entailing distinct vibes from all around the globe. The poems in the first part of the book, the dead are dead, describe the features of the earthly elements found across the world differently at different places

SIMONA: A CELEBRATION OF THE S.P.C.A.. Paperback – 2 Jan. 2021 by Chad Norman  (Author)

SIMONA: A CELEBRATION OF THE S.P.C.A.. Paperback – 2 Jan. 2021 by Chad Norman (Author)

Fabulous poems. Great book for readers of all ages! I highly recommend this collection of poems.