No Bridle, No Bit, No Reins, by Mary Anne Morefield

No Bridle, No Bit, No Reins

No Bridle, No Bit, No Reins (168 pages) is a collection of 64 new poems by Mary Anne Morefield. In this collection, the author continues to widen her search to see the beauty in the world around her, tiny trout lilies beside a creek, a slender palo blanco in her sister’s garden, or in the…

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Going Dark, by Dennis Must

Going Dark by Dennis Must

Going Dark (184 pages) is a collection of seventeen stories by Dennis Must. The cover and interior illustrations are by Rostislav Spitkovsky, who also illustrated Must’s novel, The World’s Smallest Bible. Must’s most recent novel, Hush Now, Don’t Explain was the winner of the 2014 Dactyl Foundation Literary Fiction Award. It was also shortlisted for…

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Open Wide, the Eye, by Susan Dworski Nusbaum

Open Wide, The Eye by Susan Dworski Nusbaum

Open Wide, the Eye ($11.95, 150 pages, ISBN: ) is a collection of sixty new poems by Susan Dworski Nusbaum. Read an interview with Susan on Cultured Vultures. “They say writers are artists and that really shines through in Susan Dworski Nusbaum’s writing. I should imagine there are many artists out there, who would pay…

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Earth, Grass, Trees and Stone, by Mary Anne Morefield

Earth, Grass, Trees and Stone: a Collection of Poetry by Mary Anne Morefield

Earth, Grass, Trees and Stone (152 pages), is a collection of 65 poems by Mary Anne Morefield. The final poem in the collection, “Requiem,” will be set to music for the Susquehanna Chorale in 2015 by Bob Chilcott. “Mary Anne Morefield’s debut collection overflows with the primacy of living, with the most elemental actions of…

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What We Take With Us, by Susan Dworski Nusbaum

What We Take With Us

What We Take With Us (152 pages), by Susan Dworski Nusbaum, is a collection of 63 poems written over the past 15 years of the poet’s life. “In What We Take With Us, Susan Nusbaum maps our way home, always unflinchingly aware of those problems never solved, the justice never found, and the way loss…

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Running at Night, by Ned Randle

Running at Night by Ned Randle

Running at Night: Collected Poems 1976-2012 (106 pages) is a collection of fifty-nine poems from the past thirty-three years of poet Ned Randle’s life. “At their best, Randle’s poems evoke a connection with the land that reads as true and absolute. He solidifies the thoughts and lives of imagined earlier inhabitants with grace and empathy, such…

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