The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of A Flash of Yellow Wing, the engaging new poetry collection from Frank H. Coons of Arvada, Colorado.
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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Bleached Bones & Sycamore, the insightful new collection of poems by Joanna McKethan of Dunn, North Carolina.
The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of (riding) shotgun in imaginary cars, an exciting new poetry collection by Bob Wickless of Reidsville, North Carolina.
The Orchard Street Press is very pleased to announce the publication of To See in the Night, the exceptional new book from Judith A. Kennedy of Marietta, Pennsylvania. This collection of poems explores experiences of the ‘night,’ including both the pain of loss and emerging light.
Of Our Fatherlessness, Beth Gylys, author of Sky Blue Enough to Drink and Body Braille writes: “A father’s sudden death is the nexus of this hard-hitting new collection of poems by Mac Gay. In a book threaded with tragic loss and existential angst, Gay manages to weave insight, wry humor, and formal genius in a way that one feels at once kicked in the gut and charmed by Our Fatherlessness, his most recent and powerfully rendered collection.”
The Orchard Street Press is very pleased to announce the publication of Grit & Grace the exciting new chapbook from poet Tobi Alfier of Torrance, California. This collection of twenty poems is truly well named because it artfully explores both the struggle and the dignity of lives lived out loud.
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 is pleased to announce the release of The Alex Chronicles, Growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, a 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.”
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: