The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Universal Monsters, an exciting new poetry collection by Eric Machan Howd of Ithaca, New York.
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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Sunlight in the Stream, the latest collection from award-winning poet John P. (Jack) Kristofco of Highland Heights, Ohio.
The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of The Body is a Dancing Star, an exciting new poetry chapbook from Glen A. Mazis of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
From the collection……..
Seals Sail by All Day at Cape Cod
The Orchard Street Press presents Dialogues With Light an exceptional new collection of poems by Lew Forester of Arvada, Colorado
"Here's a poet at home with lyricism who knows what he's about, and not afraid to tackle the big questions: the nature of man and man's place in nature"
-Frank Coons, author of Finding Cassiopeia and Counting in Dog Years
The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Step Close In: Poems From the Path an exciting new chapbook by Gary Boelhower of Duluth, Minnesota.
From the poem “All My Relations” in the collection:
The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Gwen and the Big Nothing, an engaging and wonderfully imaginative new chapbook from Mary Ann Honaker of Beaver, West Virginia.
As Chad Parenteau, author of Patron Emeritus and emcee for the long-standing Stone Soup Poetry open mic in Boston, notes:
The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Twenty Small Worlds, an exceptional new collection of sonnets by Mark Louis Lehman of Cincinnati.
Noted American poet Annie Finch has written: "Rosetti expresses one of the most useful powers of the sonnet: the ability to keep a moment, to hold a feeling or experience and turn it around in the light of our awareness until many facets are evident. This multifaceted quality gives the sonnet a paradoxical feeling of freedom and expanse within confines.....It also helps explain the lasting appeal of the sonnet, the form that Rita Dove has called a 'little world." Mr. Lehman's poems here offer us twenty such 'expansive confines.'