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Lovers in the Free Fall Lovers in the Free Fall


Elizabeth Gordon McKim

“Powerfully womanly . . . yet devilish, daring.”—Poetry Flash
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John Smelcer

“In a world where such poets are more rare than people might imagine, John Smelcer is one of the truly great poets I have come across in my life. His poetry is genius.”
—Ruth Stone, National Book Award winner."

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Charles Coe

"The poems in Memento Mori are suffused with grief and tenderness." — Richard Hoffman, author of Noon until Night

Indian Giver

Indian Giver


John Smelcer

“Smelcer’s poems are for the taking, and he doesn’t want them back. They’re ours to keep with their satire, outrageously dark humor, and healing doses of pain.”
—Dale E. Seeds, Midwest Book Review Bookwatch


Seasons of Sharing

a Kasen Renk Collaboration

Joyce Brinkman and Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda

with Catherine Abelle, Flor Aguilera Garcia, Gabriele Glang, and Kae Mori


All Sins Forgiven

poems for my parents by Charles Coe



Now The Dead Will Dance the Mambo
The Favorite Poems of Martín Espada

Audio Compact Disk (1 hour, 20 min.)

"Martín Espada wields his poetry like a flint, striking sparks, cutting to the bone. To read his work is to be struck breathless, and, surely, to come away changed."

--Barbara Kingsolver

The Political Poems of Marge Piercy

Audio Compact Disk (1 hour, 3 min.)

"Piercy at the top of her form. A timely and important recording. Highly Recommended."

Library Journal (starred review)

Midnight in the Guest Room
Poems by Jan Bailey

"Jan Bailey's poems are a pleasure in their honesty and openness, in the art of their language, in the breadth of their vision."

--Pattiann Rogers

Early Grrrl
The Selected Early Poems of Marge Piercy

"Indispensable works from one of America's most important poets."  

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Poems by  Ruthann Robson

 A  Best Poetry Book of the Year Selection

— Library Journal

"Ardent, passionate, and exquisitely queer."

Lambda Book Report

Picnic on the Moon
Poems by Charles Coe

"Charles Coe is a poet's poet, a kind of jazzy, postmodern Ben Johnson: bold plain diction; soulful improvised swirls in a matrix of straight-ahead narrative; understated, but shimmering with wit, compassion, integrity of purpose."

The Boston Phoenix

The Red Thread
Poems by Elizabeth Gordon McKim

Poems Weaving Through the Erotic Heart of a Spirited Poet-Woman on the Cusp of Middle Age



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