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(A Finalist in the 2017 Orchard Street Press Chapbook Contest)

“a matter of  voice” set itself apart from other entries by the quality of its language use, its clarity. In  beautiful poems that prosper in their economy of language, this collection will impress the reader who appreciates good  poetry as exquisite craft. Consider these lines that begin the poem "Heart:"  Her heart is/Clasped hands/That steeple a/Fear she holds/Close. 

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In a follow-up to if you follow a crooked river, which explored the places that helped form him as a man, Cheslock does the same with people who have been the primary influences in his life. By the time readers finish the book, they will feel as though they knew these people, that they have come to care about them. Cincinnati poet Richard Hague says of all the stars….: these poems are unassuming, straightforwardly nostalgic, sentiment-filled, and chock full of the decency and worth of everyday life.”

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The Orchard Street Press is pleased to announce the release of Almost Happy an exciting new poetry chapbook by Bob Wickless of Reidsville, North Carolina.

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“Onachila’s work pulls the reader through a gamut of emotions, carefully weaving vivid imagery that paints pictures that either elicit tears or laughter. I am particularly drawn to Onachila’s uncanny ability to present pieces as memories that evoke not only past sentiments, but unfold as relevant even today. Simultaneously, Onachila is effortlessly cunning in connecting the reader to the “human condition” using subtle humor, often ending with a little.”


Leslie P. Borhaug, multi-genre author

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The Orchard Street Press presents: Art Preserves What Can't Be Saved by Carolyn Dahl of Houston, Texas

A remarkable new collection of work from a poet and artist who explores not only the soul of art but also the art of the human soul. These are poems that engage the reader with their beauty and their perceptions, their light and dark, the skill of the poet.

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A full collection of poems from well-known poet and editor Peter C. Leverich of Mahnasset, New YorkThe poems engage nature on a very personal level and convey the poet’s joy in and appreciation for the large and small wonders of the earth, woods, wind, and water.

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James is an award-winning poet and a Professor of  Literature whose work in this volume demonstrates the kind of art and craft that prompted the following remarks from American Poet Laureate Billy Collins: “James Scruton likes to stand on an observable fact and then reach for something beyond: a bit of science is often all he needs to launch these poems into their appealing orbits. Poet Dick Allen calls Scruton’s work, “meticulously crafted poems…over and over, ordinary things…are transformed.”

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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

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