Original paperback, 60 pgs. Eros rules in this new collection by Robert Anbian (WE Parts 1&2, Antinostalgia). The poet takes a retrospective journey through scenes of love, joy, friendship, adventure, loss and elegy on the giving and unforgiving flow of time. “Anbian is a raw mixture of poet, preacher, seer, and rebel.” —Choice
Original paperback, pb, 232 pgs. In November 1966, Angelo Presicci found himself manning an M50 machine gun atop an armored personnel carrier in the jungles of Vietnam’s Tay Ninh Province. He was a 22-year-old gay draftee from a small town in upstate New York. The linked stories in "Fighting the Bad War" are based on Presicci’s experiences in battle and on the long way home from America’s most unpopular war, the last entrusted to a citizen army.
Original paperback, pb, 105 pgs. From the director of the electronic poetry center (epc) and author of "Digital Poetics: The Making of E-Poetries," the first book devoted to digital poetics, comes this expansive expression of the sources of poetic language from pre-language cave paintings to machine-enabled assemblages.
Original paperback, pb, 100 pages, ISBN: 978-0-941842-03-7 This delightful, surreal poetry anthology by the gifted San Franciscan poet, translator, artist, and musician Michael Koch abounds in colorful images, absurd metaphors, and humor...Like the counter-cultural poetry of Richard Brautigan, Koch’s poems are poised and self-deprecating, witty and whimsical. This book is so good, you won’t want it to end. — SF Library Staff Pick
Original paperback, pb, 64 pgs. The only English translation available of the Greek actress, poet, and militant anarchist.
Original paperback, pb, 32 pgs. An uncanny and moving new poem and artwork from the celebrated American poet and Swiss artist.
4.25” x 6.5”; 32 pages; pb; saddle-stitched; SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR