Our latest release
What if your mother
``In What if your mother, Judith Arcana looks anew at the abortion debate. Prepare yourself for wide angles, hidden turns, unexpected voices and loving compassion.`` — Evelyn C. White
Our next release
What Color is Your Privilege?
``Serving a truth serum for hate and hypocrisy, F.I. Goldhaber is writing with a hammer and speaking with a tongue of fire.`` — John Warner Smith, Louisiana State Poet Laureate Emeritus
Curious about who we publish?
Mostly the Wind
Harn’s newest collection is a calendar of revelations where seemingly mundane events become portals to the sacred. He reminds us to be alert to enigmatic moments.
— Frank Rossini, author of Last Confession and Midnight the Blues
Watering the Rhubarb
In an age as coarsened as ours, we are startled by a voice so guileless, and a heart so open, as Charles Goodrich's. Read, and be restored.
Scenes from a Varied Life
Tom Siewert does not claim to be an extraordinary person, but rather a normal guy who has had a wealth of extraordinary experiences, a life of incredible variety. Over the years he kept journals and wrote copious letters to the friends he made around the world.
Psalms at the Present Time
“On and beyond the horizon, Wellington’s excursions into our body politic, psyche, purpose, and existence are multilayered and multifaceted. Content and craft are given equal time and focus. There is a nuanced reacquaintance with poetry’s significance in Psalms at the Present Time. This poet chooses sturdy ethos and empowering authenticity. It is a worthwhile expedition.”
—Uche Nduka, Author of Living in Public and Facing You
Tom Ball's Book of Original Quotations and Prognostications
``By turns droll, flippant, incisive, witty, cogent and inspired Tom Ball's relentless pursuit of the quotable prognostication and the atom-splitting adage is a reading experience way beyond the 'book of lists' mindset. The author observes with penetrating insight and an admirable fund of imagination the future of just about everything...``
—Charles Pinch, Author