poetry

Who Really Cares by Janis Ian

Lucky Bat Books Publishes Poetry by Janis Ian

We all know Janis Ian as an internationally famous songwriter and performer, but she’s been showing us over the last several years that she is also multi-talented. At about the time she was writing At Seventeen, for which she won her first Grammy, she was also writing poetry; she had been since she was seven. Those poems, …

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Cruicible Womb poetry by Jill Marlene

Jill Marlene

“Songs of human interconnection…” Crucible Womb is a collection of poetry surrounding the journey to the authentic self. According to author Charlie O’ Hay, Jill’s poems are, “songs of human interconnection, deeply rooted in the power of the natural world. They are “we” poems, both embracing and contemplative. As fingers might trace an old scar …

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Waking Up At Rembrendts by Thomas Lloyd Qualls

Share the Love with Thomas Lloyd Qualls

Waking Up at Rembrandt’s  Maggie is a discouraged lawyer, Dillon, a heart-broken vagabond, and Phillip, a frustrated writer. Their stories are told by the mysterious Jillian, part purveyor of spirits and part spiritual guru. Inside the walls of cafe rembrandt, where whipping fresh cream is an act of poetry and pouring a drink an act of faith, …

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Far From Luck by Charles O'Hay

Charles O’Hay

Poems – Far From Luck “Poetry that is gritty, darkly comic and poignant.” — Kirkus Review At the crossroads where the Great Depression and the Great Recession meet, Charles O’Hay’s poignant and often edgy words remind us how quickly and easily one can be Far From Luck. KIRKUS REVIEW: “Poems and photographs that capture life on …

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