Poetry



    Author: Arleen Watson

    Publisher: Soul Attitude Press
    ISBN: 978-1-939181-79-4





    Author: Janet Cameron Hoult
    Publisher: Outskirts Press
    ISBN:
    978-1-4787-5033-8



    Author: Cynthia Tyler
    Publisher: CreateSpace
    ISBN: 978 149 615 1445

    Author: Preston McWhorter

    Publisher: Xlibris

    ISBN: 978-1-4836-9214-2


    Author: Austin Smith

    Publisher: Princeton University Press

    ISBN-13: 978-0-691-15919-5





    Author: Gavin Harrison
    ISBN: 978-0-9891998-2-7



    Author:  Preston McWhorter
    Publisher: Outskirts Press
    ISBN-10: 1478705: ISBN-13: 978-1478705901





    Artist: Terri Conrad
    Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
    ISBN: 978-0-7369-4965-1



    Editor: Mary Anneeta Mann

    Publisher: Author House

    ISBN: 978-1-4490-9009-8



    Author: Harold Augenbraum

    Publisher: A Penguin Classics Original

    ISBN:  978-0-14-310690-6


    Author: Douglas More

    Publisher: Broken Turtle Books


    ISBN: 978-0-9788451-4-8

    Author: George Rhoades

    Publisher: Outskirts Press

    ISBN: 978-1-4327-8499-7



    Editor-in-Chief: Greene, Roland

    General Editor: Stephen Cushman

    Associate Editors: Clare Cavanagh; Jahan Ramazani; Paul Rouzer

    Publisher: Princeton University Press

    ISBN-13: 978-0-691-13334-8


    Poet: Steve Ausherman

    Publisher: Encircle Publications

    ISBN: 13: 978-1-893035-15-7: 10: 1-893035-15-8



    Roldand Greene, Editor in Chief, Cushman, Stephen, General Editor,

    Publisher: Princeton, N.J, Princeton University Press, 2012,


    ISBN:  13-9780691154916

    Authors: WritersAnonymous TM

    Editor: Grant Trenton Gardner

    Illustrators: Darren Buchanan and Kathleen Whipple

    ISBN: 978-0-615-69271-1



    Author: Erik Hansen

    Publisher: Outskirts Press

    ISBN: 978-1-4327-8696-0


    It’s still poetry month, which got me thinking about how most of us were first introduced to poetry – it could have been Mother Goose rhymes or Dr. Suess. But perhaps the real rite of passage into poetry came when we were in grammar school and had to memorize a poem. It’s still a wonderful idea even as we get older



    Author: A.E. Housman    
    Publisher: Naxos AudioBooks   
    ISBN: 978-184-379-490-5



    Author: Richard Langdon Cook
    Publisher: Peppertree Press
    ISBN: 978-1-936343-63-8
     





    Author: William Blake
    Edited, and with an Introduction by: Dr. John Diamond
    Publisher: Creativity Publishing  
    ISBN: 1-890995-03-7

    Author: Joyce White

    Series: Sculpting the Heart Series, 4th Edition 

    Publisher: Lulu.com

    ISBN: 978-0-557-22371-8

    White’s poems, which are all in free verse, should appeal to all those who are responsive to both the visual and written forms of artistic expression. Inspirational and accessible, her poems should uplift your spirit and might even encourage you to start on your own personal exploration of the creative potential within you


    Author: Nicole Grace

    ISBN: 0-9747852-3-7

    Publisher: Mani Press

    Reading Nicole Grace's Bodhisattva: How To Be Free: Teachings to Guide You Home proved to be quite an intuitive experience



    Author:  Aimee Bender

    ISBN:  978-0-385-50112-5

    The writing is truly superb.  The author pulls you in to the story and you find yourself thinking back on the choices that you’ve made throughout your life. 

     


    Authors: Tristan Tzara, Rainer Maria Rilke, Jean-Pierre Duprey, and Habib Tengour
    Translated by Pierre Joris
    Publisher: Inconundrum Press
    ISBN: 0-9679859-0-0

    A remarkable group of translated writings comprises 4x1, meaning four poets, one translator.


    Author:  Michele Heeney
    ISBN: 978-0-578-02218-5
    Publisher:  Todd Black Books

    This book represents a lifetime of poetry.  The poems are of simple pleasures of life, a touch of the harsh realities that come with living and growing and a dose of loneliness that we all feel at one time or another in our lives


    Editor: John Wareham. New York:
    Publisher:Welcome Rain Publishers
    ISBN 10: 1-56649-959-3: ISBN 12: 978-1-56649-959-0.


    Love, Life and Lust in Double Spread


    Author: Pat Mora
    ISBN:  978-0-375-84375-4

    Read and enjoy!  This is definitely one that will become a permanent fixture on your bookshelf.



    Author: S. A. Alenthony
    ISBN: 978-0-9819678-9-9
    Publishers: Blackburnian Press

    The book is highly recommended to all readers. Those interested in the religious and philosophical ideas will appreciate the wit and scything humor of the tale.



    Author: Kendal Finley Privette.
    Publisher: lulu.com
    ISBN-10: 0557083532;
    ISBN-13: 978-0557083534

    A Journal Of Recovery, in Free Verse Form



    Author: Diana M. Raab
    ISBN: 10: 1935514393   13: 978-1935514398

    The Guilt Gene is a quick one-sitting read -- which raises the question, should a book of poetry be a quick one-sitting read?


    Author:  Pamela August Russell
    ISBN:  978-1-4027-6787-6

    Author: James Mirarchi
    ISBN: 978-0-557-08431-9

    Dervish is a collection of poetry and a single one-act play. According to the back cover it “spins from one theme to another with the energy of an eccentric dance” and so it does





    Author: Tom & Tess Hannah
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-1610-3
    Publisher: Outskirts Press



    Author: Sherry Quann Lee
    Publisher: Modern History Press
    ISBN: 978-1-932690-63-7

    The thin line between life and death is the subject of Sherry Quann Lee’s poetry book How to Write a Suicide Note (Modern History Press, 2008).




    Title: An Insomniac’s Dream

    Author's Name: Kelly Moran

    ISBN: 1413773443

    Publisher's Name: Publish America

    Kelly Moran’s An Insomniac’s Dream (Publish America, December 2005) is just the kind of book that matches its title throughout its content and style – a half-dreamy mode of story-telling, one which makes you question the meaning of the word ‘real’. A collection of 30 poems and 7 short stories, the book explores the paranormal phenomena by palpable characters in the stories and a number of uneasy feelings in the poetry.




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