STILL, THE SKY by Tom Pearson is a wellspring of carefully-wrought imagery exploring timeless themes through ancient characters. Check out what Joshua Ryan Bligh has to say in his review of this indie poetry collection.
ROSEBUD by Nick Jameson hinges upon the delicate balance of earthy contradictions that are both a bane and a boon to life. Check out what Samantha Hui has to say in her review of this poetry collection.
THE HUMBLING AND OTHER POEMS offers a tastefully bated hook for readers who have not yet found the joys that poetry can bring. Check out what Joshua Ryan Bligh of IBR has to say about this indie poetry book.
FROM YOUR HOSTESS AT THE T&A MUSEUM by Kathleen Balma is a charming and refreshing collection that kindles the imagination. Check out what Audrey Davis of IBR has to say about this Eyewear Publishing poetry book.
LEAP THIRTY by Diane Lowell Wilder is a poetry collection about a life lived and all the melancholy experiences that go with it. Check out what Joseph Haeger has to say about this June Road Press book.
PECULIAR HERITAGE by Demisty D. Bellinger will have you contemplating America’s long history and negotiating revolution in spite of seeming futility. Check out what Samantha Hui has to say about this Mason Jar Press poetry collection.
EYE, APOCALYPSE by Erik Fuhrer is a rabid, decaying, scotch-drinking, napping, strutting, and altogether unique end of the world. Check out what Joshua Bligh has to say about this Spuyten Duyvil poetry collection.