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    • American History by Tom Murphy
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      • American History by Tom Murphy

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      • American History's subjects are the nature of America and its peoples that meditates on shape of the country leaving nothing out with the damage starting at home and most locals. From alcoholism, drugs, political strife, war, racism, industrial greed, genocide and a communion with the environmental surroundings. Historically, covers Washington to the present times, though mostly since Hiroshima. While also including…
    • Chagford Revisited by Chuck Etheridge
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      • Chagford Revisited by Chuck Etheridge

      • Marker, an American Anglophile software engineer, has purchased the home Evelyn Waugh stayed in while writing Brideshead Revisited. He soon discovers the house is a money pit and quickly runs through his life’s savings. To save his home, he and his friends from the Castrated Goat, his local pub, start staging 1930’s style murder mystery role-play weekends for guests in…
    • Insurrection anthology by Gnashing Teeth Publishing
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      • Insurrection anthology by Gnashing Teeth Publishing

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      • On January 6th, 2021, insurrectionists stormed the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. the nation, and the world, watched in horror as these insurrectionists and traitors broke windows, stole government property, beat and killed police officers, and attempted to overthrow democracy. Poets responded. Poets and writers and artists to come together and marked this moment in our nation’s history. The “Insurrection”…
    • malepoet by PW Covington
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      • malepoet by PW Covington

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      • malepoet. is the newest work by PW Covington. In this intimate work, Covington explores places, people, and even himself, as he ventures across the American landscape. Written in the Beat tradition, this book will be shared and read by the next generation, and the one after. Come inside the mind of PW as he celebrates the death of the straight,…
    • Mowing Leaves of Grass by Matt Sedillo
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      • Mowing Leaves of Grass by Matt Sedillo

      • "Matt Sedillo's poetic work is full of history, struggle, tragedy, anger, joy, despair, possibility and faith inthe struggles of working class people to overcome the forces of capitalism and racism. If Patrice Lumumba, Rosa Luxembourg, Emiliano Zapata and Ella Baker were alive today, they would all be reading and sharing Matt Sedillo's work with their comrades in service of organizing…
    • Pearl by Tom Murphy
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      • Pearl by Tom Murphy

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      • The poetic canvas of Pearl is as vast as the poet's extensive learning.    Gifted with a prodigious memory for detail and an expansive heart, Murphy probes a litany of seminal life events including rebelliousness, drug and alcohol abuse, friendship, intellectual inquisitiveness, creativity, suicide, loss, and human sensuality, and he does so with extraordinary emotional honesty and courage.  The stinging “bite” of…
    • Rain Minnows by Joshua Bridgwater Hamilton
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      • Rain Minnows by Joshua Bridgwater Hamilton

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      • “Rain Minnows [notecards and poems]” is the second book of poetry by Joshua Bridgwater Hamilton. this post-strucuralist manuscript explores the interplay of meaning between words as he deconstructs the language. the poems within often began as notecards, forcing the poet to observe the taut space of meaning without devolving into narrative.
    • Taxonomy of the Missing by Lisa Lewis
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      • Taxonomy of the Missing by Lisa Lewis

      • Says Denise Duhamel, “Lisa Lewis writes of complex women as friends, mothers, sisters, “cat ladies,” dog walkers, and lovers. She writes with an astute awareness of class dynamics, the earth’s peril as a result of our violence, and our violent America—past and present. These poems of witness to our troubled times are also timeless in their longing and emotional candor.”
    • The World That the Shooter Left Us by Cyrus Cassells
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      • The World That the Shooter Left Us by Cyrus Cassells

      • In the aftermath of the Stand Your Ground killing of his close friend’s father, poet Cassells explores, in his most fearless book to date, the brutality, bigotry, and betrayal at the heart of current America. Taking his cue from the Civil Rights and Vietnam War era poets and songwriters who inspired him in his youth, Cassells presents The World That…
    • Tragic City by Clemonce Heard
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      • Tragic City by Clemonce Heard

      • I have never in my life read a poet, a writer, an American artist so beautifully manipulate futurist proclamations and the minutiae of memory. This book is elite art born of Clemonce Heard’s stank genius. Tragic City is here to break the unbroken and possibly shift how place and language can work. Stunning. — Kiese Laymon
    • With Our Baggage by Alan Berecka
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      • With Our Baggage by Alan Berecka

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      • The poems in 'With Our Baggage' remind us of the baggage we all carry and show us how to do it with grace. The range of subjects is vast, from baseball heroes to the failures of fathers, from being a poet to being Polish in South Texas, from God's radio to American machismo. But the real subject here is the…