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What I Remember Most Is Everything by Sharon Tracey
Color melds with words and synesthesia and paintings come alive as we ride across a decade with a young woman. Along the way, we meet saints and painters, migrants and monarchs. We witness a car crash and read stories about artists collaged from the titles of their works. With a painter’s brush and a curator’s eye, Sharon Tracey offers up a fine debut collection of poems that explores the prismatic place where color and memory meet. 

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Heart Container
by Marian Kent
Purveyor of pretty words and superheroic verse Marian Kent reveals love's hiding places in her new collection of poems, Heart Container. Where do you stash precious moments for safekeeping, or hide dark truths? Fantastic yet real, stark yet celebratory, this volume from ALL CAPS PUBLISHING proves that Marian's words cannot be contained.

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Last Tango In Timbuktu 
by Tim Schaefer
Tim Schaefer has assembled a collection of short fiction and poems inhabited by people living on the edge. But nothing is ever quite the way it seems on the surface, and sometimes we meet our undoing by climbing right into bed with it. In Tim Schaefer's world, something always hangs in the balance, with the scales right on the verge of tipping. And that's a good spot to climb aboard and hang on for the ride.
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A City of Trees
by Mignon Ariel King
If you've never visited the Emerald Necklace of Boston via the T (the oldest subway system in the US of A), come along for a ride with a formally educated yet free-spirited Boston-born poet as she sizes up the highs and lows of her first 45 years in Massachusetts' cities, parks, riversides, and schools. And there might be some sex, wine, and Rock 'n' Roll along the way.

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ON HUNTER'S WASH: A Fractured Memoir 
by Corey Rowley

Rowley's writing magnifies introspective thinking while holding self up to society's sometimes brutal, and other times beautiful, mirror. This volume is awash in the sort of internal dialogue that is immediately identifiable, but at times not so comfortable.

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COFFEE WITH LEONARD COHEN 
by Joy S Grape
Joy S Grape wrote a book of poems. She likes them, some other people like them, and if she is lucky you will like them too. Joy S Grape is interested in lots of things. She looks under rocks for a living. Her favorite literary romance is Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock.

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SUPERPOWERS or: More Poems About Flying
by Marian Kent
Pow! Pretty-words purveyor Marian Kent is back with a second collection of super-heroic verse, SUPERPOWERS or: More Poems About Flying. This bold volume showcases Marian's earthy yet extraordinary way of painting a landscape with her words. Other-worldly, sensual, whimsical, tragic, the poems of SUPERPOWERS soar with vision, strength, and hope.

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What Good's a View of the Charles...?
by Mignon Ariel King
Travel along the Charles River by "T" or by foot with a Beantown-born woman writer, a bookworm and hard Rock fan who has common sense but loves a good time. What happens when a traditionally-raised New England scholar lets her nonconformist self-loving Black woman night owl spirit be inspired by the gruff-voiced poetry of Charles Bukowski?


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Impenetrable Falsehoods by E.W. Storch
The short fiction in Impenetrable Falsehoods spans a wide range of topics viewed through an emotional microscope. From old love gone good and new love gone bad, the myriad experiences of war, growing old and facing one's mortality, dementia and depression, and what it means to be a writer, E.W.'s view of both the magical and mundane will transport you to worlds at once familiar and strange.

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Darwin's Moon 
by Tim Schaefer
Darwin's Moon--A Memoir of Pain and Glory in Poetry and Prose is a wistful and witty reflection for mature readers on the life and times of a rock n roll radio deejay. In turns heartbreaking and comically bizarre, "Moon" is a true story for everyone who has faced adversity at some time in their lives. A journey of self-discovery for anyone who has ever dared to dream.


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No Direction But Home 
by Sarah Whiteley 
A gentle foray into beauty and stillness, No Direction But Home is an exploration of the threads that tie travel, nature, and themes of home to the heart. In this first chapbook, Sarah Whiteley skillfully weaves words into snapshots of time and place, creating a reading experience that is both immediately relatable and intimate. 

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FM Ghost by Steve Shultz
FM Ghost is a poetic journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance. With a heavy theme of mortality, this debut collection by Denver poet Steve Shultz is both introspective and observational. The book's three sections – Within, Without, and Within (revisited) – explore themes of darkness and light, love and fear, hope and despair, grief and joy, life and death. FM Ghost is about striking a balance in a world of opposites. 
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Gemini/Scorpio/Capricorn
by Shay Caroline, Kelli Simpson, & Joy Ann Jones
A rippling triple vision through the heart's crystal, both light and dark; riddles of needles and glass, demons and gypsies, love for men, love for other women, love for our children, love that damns and love that redeems, all of these motifs and more twine like scarlet threads through a little black dress in this triad of women building alternate universes with words.
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Criteria For Normalcy by Yve Chairez
Yve Chairez's Criteria for Normalcy introduces a gang of dynamic characters struggling to live their lives as normally as circumstance will allow. Chairez cleverly fuses issues of neuroses, sex, addiction, love, motherhood, injustice, and inequality into a bold, unconventional collection of short stories and poems that flirt with the boundaries of the absurd, whimsical, and sociopolitical.

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Responsive Pleading by Marian Kent
Threads of love mixed with pain weave through a vivid tapestry of natural beauty in Marian Kent's first collection of short-form poetry. Responsive Pleading travels the seasons, making a bold statement about connection and loss, beauty and family in the modern world.

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