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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of  The Gambler’s Daughter, the exciting new collection of poems by  Mary Makofske of Warwick, New York.

Sales price: $14.00
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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Modern Tapestries, Medieval Looms, the exciting new collection of poems from Carol Milkuhn of Saratoga Springs, NY

Sales price: $12.00
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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Heaven is in Truckee, the exciting new collection of poems by Nancy Cavers Dougherty of Sebastopol, California.                                                           

Sales price: $12.00
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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Stumbling  Into Grace, the exceptional new poetry collection by Deborah Bachels Schmidt of El Sobrante, CA.

James P. Roberts, author of One Hundred Breaths and Famous Wisconsin Authors, notes that Stumbling Into Grace “presents a world where apricot trees bear the fruit of memories, gardens grow muses, painted toy horses prance, and music is the thread that holds them all together. Like Orpheus, Schmidt’s poems are both lyrical and dynamic. We find ourselves carried along their airy currents like burning sky lanterns, rising toward ‘radiance and hope.’”

Sales price: $12.00
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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of The Alex Chronicles, Growing up in the 50’s and 60’sa collection of  short stories by John P. (Jack) Kristofco of  Highland Heights, Ohio.

These stories, written over the past twenty years, provide a vivid and captivating view of coming of age in a time of change in America. As award-winning novelist Paul Gaus writes about these stories: “There is magic here. If you lived those years, you’ll love the memories. If you didn’t, then here is the best way to learn….The memories suffuse every page. The memories are as true as they can be.”

Sales price: $18.00
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