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Sparring with the Sun
  1. $15.95 softcover/209 pp
Sparring with the Sun

Jan Schreiber
“Sparring with the Sun may not have neutralized the verbal acids contained in some of my collected rejection slips, but it has succeeded in teaching me something about the chemical processes that p...
1 Apr 2013 | ISBN 978-1-938308-06-2
A Long High Whistle
  1. $14.95 softcover/245 pp
A Long High Whistle

David Biespiel
Over the course of ten years from 2003–2013, poet and critic David Biespiel published a brief, dazzling essay on poetry every month in the book review of <em>The Oregonian</em> in what became the l...
1 April 2015 | ISBN 978-1-938308-10-9
DIALOGOS
  1. $10.95 softcover/70 pp
DIALOGOS

George Kalogeris
From an island in ancient Greece to a labor camp in 20th century Eastern Europe; from a lamplit Italian piazza to the dark halls of an abandoned home in Portugal—the voices rise and meet, transact ...
1 August 2012 | ISBN 978-1-938308-00-0
The Road to Happiness
  1. $10.95 softcover/58 pp
The Road to Happiness

Johnathon Williams
“From Huck and Jim’s raft ride down the Mississippi, to the Joad family’s drive from Oklahoma to California after their crops are destroyed in the Dust Bowl, to fourteen-year-old Mattie Ross’s ride...
1 August 2012 | ISBN 978-1-938308-01-7
Sit Down Traveler
  1. $10.95 softcover/63 pp
Sit Down Traveler

Sarah C. Harwell
The telephone psychic with her tarot deck fanned out before her: so does Harwell embrace the poet’s dual role of seeker and oracle. As the vagaries of existence turn the mundane uncanny and back ag...
1 August 2012 | ISBN 978-1-938308-02-4
Alma Venus
  1. $13.95 softcover/122 pp
Alma Venus

Pere Gimferrer
The poetry of Spanish and Catalan writer Pere Gimferrer now appears in book form for the first time in English, translated by Adrian West. Alma Venus is a long unified poem that departs from and re...
1 June 2014 | ISBN 978-1-938308-08-6
Sit Down Traveler
  1. $6.95 e-book (e-pub)/- pp
Sit Down Traveler

Sarah C. Harwell
The telephone psychic with her tarot deck fanned out before her: so does Harwell embrace the poet’s dual role of seeker and oracle. As the vagaries of existence turn the mundane uncanny and back ag...
1 October 2012 | ISBN 978-1-938308-04-8