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Notable Voices

American Rhapsody

An elegy to the author’s parents and to America past and present
Stone, Carole

An Apron Full of Beans

An exploration of African-American history and popular culture emphasizing the relations between men and women
Cornish, Sam

Confessions of Joan the Tall

Freedom and awakening of an adolescent, Bronx bred, Irish Catholic girl
Handler, Joan Cusack

Darkening the Grass

Married life, soldiers in war, the triumph over age
Miller, Michael


Haines, John

Divina Is Divina
Wiler explores a fundamental dilemma of human experience: How to enjoy life when you are acutely aware the Angel of Death could come to visit at any moment.
Wiler, Jack

How the Crimes Happened

Potter, Dawn

Impenitent Notes

Impenitent Notes covers a range of subjects from Henry Kissinger and Goya in a variety of forms from free verse to sestina
Wormser, Baron

The Laundress Catches Her Breath

The struggle and anguish in finding meaningful work in an economically depressed city
Corso, Paola

Little Boy Blue
A Memoir in Verse
A twenty-three part poetic sequence; a working-class mother speaks passionately of the more than four decades of personal history that binds her with her emotionally-troubled and estranged son
Jacobik, Gray

My Painted Warriors

Poems about love, death and orgasms after 60, Penn probes the character of enduring love and the frailty of human life
Penn, Peggy

The Red Canoe
Love in Its Making
The Red Canoe: Love in Its Making—poetry and memoir exploring the anatomy of a marriage—underbelly and crown
Handler, Joan Cusack

Southern Comfort

Andrews, Nin

Walking with Ruskin
Walking with Ruskin looks at the difficulty of perception, of just how hard it is to simply “see” without asserting our own self-importance, self-needs, and self-justifications
Cording, Robert

Without Wings
Lamon, Laurie