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Coming this spring, a new title by Marly Youmans, with magnificent artwork by
Clive Hicks-Jenkins. Newsletter subscribers will receive a special pre-order offer, so be sure to sign up!
A beautiful book of remarkable poems:
The Buddha Wonders
if She is Having a Mid-life Crisis
Poems by Luisa A. Igloria
92 pgs, 6" x 9", paperback, publication date March 18, 2018
Direct order price $14.00 US ($14.95 via Amazon)
"Reading Luisa A. Igloria’s poems is like opening doors within doors within doors. These doors give access to the mind, the imagination, into lush and lyric worlds. ...Poem after poem reveals the Buddha. S/he is sneaky and coy. S/he peeks behind every stanza, meditating at every end-stopped line, her robes overflowing in every layer of images. And in the end, after we’ve taken in every poem, s/he finds a place in the center of us." -- Ira Sukrungruang
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Finalist for the Banff Mountain Book Awards!
Ice Mountain, by Dave Bonta
132 pgs, 6" x 9", paperback, publication date January 25, 2016
"We should be thankful for such poems that remind us of the precious offering the world makes." -- Todd Davis
For details and ordering information about this new book of sparse and beautifully-written, carefully observed poems about nature by Dave Bonta, illustrated with original linocuts, please click the image or link above.
A timely look back at the years of Dylan, Cohen, protest and hope:
How Many Roads?
Photographs by Jonathan Sa'adah
"A book...that obliterates the distance between the present and the charged past. These photographs are the work of a master."
-- Teju Cole
An extraordinary look back at the 1960s and early 1970s, one of the most turbulent and pivotal periods in American history, Sa'adah's book is a searching portrait of a nation divided by war and increasing corporate domination: a time that led many young people to search for alternative ways of living and structuring society. Its ninety-one sepia photographs are arranged in three sections: "The Roads," "The War," and "The Garden." It includes an introduction by Teju Cole, essays by Elizabeth Adams, Hoyt Alverson, and Steven Tozer, and a preface by the photographer. Available in both paperback and hardcover editions.
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