Summons by Linda Shepard

Seasons*Lessons*Prayers 48 Poems. In Sumons, Linda Shepard turns her eyes to the beauty and mystery of the Seasons. She looks to the Lessons learned from life’s teachers: emotional challenges, relationships, and the gifts from mindfulness. Seeking a quiet path to invite the divine, Prayers are the hopes for glimpses into the deeper meaning and essence of our lives.

Seasons*Lessons*Prayers 48 Poems
by Linda Shepard
Published by Goose River Press
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ISBN: 978-1-59713-210-7
76 pages

12.95 USD

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The Making of Budworm Farm by Andrea Suarez Hill

After being mugged for the third time in twenty years, Andrea Suarez-Hill knew she could no longer live in New York City. She and her partner, Arthur Hill, read a three-line advertisement in Down East Magazine, “Last land on the coast of Maine for sale” and went to take a look.

by Andrea Suarez Hill
Published by Goose River Press
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ISBN: 978-1-59713-211-4
80 pages

14.95 USD

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Footfalls of the Unknown by Richard Taylor

Poems turn out to be like the dry stones we find in order to cross a stream, and we admit to the whimsical joys and perils of our crossings. But it is as much our own footfalls that we hear within the stream’s rush and wakeful quiet, mysteries charged with gratitude and love, reckless and bewildered. We glow with these moments of grace, unbidden and profound, even when a poem begins with a leap and finishes with wet feet. They are true footfalls, and we do well to dance with them.

Footfalls of the Unknown
Richard Taylor
Published by Goose River Press
ISBN: 978-1-59713-213-8
(114 pages)
14.95 USD

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Wolf Moon Down by Sarah J. Woolf-Wade

The poetry pulsates with honesty and alertness. The changeable sea that appears often in her work is an apt metaphor for the poems as they touch upon tranquility and fervor, beauty and grief, solitude and empathy… —Baron Wormser, Past Poet Laureate, Maine

Wolf Moon Down
by Sarah J. Woolf-Wade
Published by Goose River Press
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ISBN: 978-1-59713-197-1
140 pages

14.95 USD

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Encore Seasons by Thomas Peter Bennett

A poetic exploration of nature’s diverse moods. The poems emerged from observation, study, and meditation and reflect Bennett’s enchantment upon relocating from Florida to Maryland and experiencing a new array of seasonal ecosystems.

Encore Seasons
Thomas Peter Bennett
Published by Goose River Press
paperback: ISBN: 978-1-59713-178-0
hard cover: ISBN: 978-1-59713-182-7
(86 pages)

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Hike On by Thomas Peter Bennett

Poems about Maine’s Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park where Bennett observed its diverse moods, habitats and wildlife, and enjoyed its trails.Concise and lyrical poems result from Bennett’s explorations, observations and meditations, coupled with his rare perspective.

Hike On Poems from Mount Desert Island, Maine
by Thomas Peter Bennett
Published by Goose River Press
paperback ISBN: 978-1-59713-064-6
hard cover ISBN: 978-1-59713-065-3
(76 pages)

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Parables of Passages by Carol Leavitt Altieri

Carol Altieri continues her moving and vivid exploration of love, loss, and the solace of the natural world. Beginning with a richly detailed series of poems about her New Hampshire childhood and much more.

Parables of Passages
by Carol Leavitt Altieri
Published by Goose River Press
ISBN: 978-1-59713-168-1

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Chronicles of Humans with Nature by Carol Leavitt Altieri

A pendulum that swings between the memories and experiences of family members and our engagement with the natural world. In this collection there are eighty nature and humanistic poems that honor the memory, pay tribute to, and sanctify the lives of loved ones.

Chronicles of Humans With Nature
by Carol Leavitt Altieri
Published by Goose River Press
paperback ISBN: 978-1-59713-142-1

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Return to Graveyard Dust

Return to Graveyard Dust is a collection of poetry that allows a glimpse into the mind of one writer. It’s like opening the pages of a haunting and dark diary. Her love of speculative fiction is apparent, and it spills over into these poems.

Return to Graveyard Dust
by Cindy O’Quinn
Published by Goose River Press
ISBN: 978-1-59713-179-7
(100 pages)

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Now

Tom Fallon subtitled his first book, “Selected Poems, Half-poems and Non-poems,” establishing his direction to explore literary form rather than follow inherited poetry forms. His creativity is affected by modern painting, modern jazz, experimental classical music, happenings, Off-Off Broadway theater, with the primary literary influence of William Carlos Williams.

Now
by Tom Fallon
Published by Goose River Press
$15.95 paperback
ISBN: 978-1-59713-035-6
(116 pages)

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The River Running Through Him

Just as a river shapes the contours of the land around it, our lives are shaped by the currents that flow through us; currents such as family, friends, experiences and places.  This collection of poems reflects many of the currents encountered in the poet’s life.  They are a selection of poems written over the course of that life, and include the heartbreak of young love, memories of family and friends, and reflections on some of the poet’s experiences. 

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Florida Sketches

FLORIDA SKETCHES: William Baldwin Follows Bartram’s Tracks is a collection of poetry based on letters written during Baldwin’s travels (1813-1817) along William Bartram’s Florida trails.

Florida Sketches
by Thomas Peter Bennett

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Creation Now with Words

In a world encouraging innovation Tom Fallon presents literature as it grew from the great art revolution of the early 20th Century with a primer of his experiments and innovations with literary form in Creation Now With Words.  The book ends with references for exploration.

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The Applause of Science

The Applause of Science is a poetry collection that explores nature in diverse environments through the lens of science. The poems pay homage to Walt Whitman, whose sage appreciation of the amity between poetry and science made him the first American poet to tackle boldly the problem of reconciling these two seemingly disparate fields. As a poet of the natural world, Whitman tried to understand nature as accurately and thoroughly as possible.

The Applause of Science
by Thomas Peter Bennett

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