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In an effort to protect trees and help all the beings who interact with them, recycled papers are typically used and more so with recent publications.
* Books 1 & 2 of The Musing Series by Mankh (Walter E. Harris III)
“photo albums of the heart-mind” & “Musings with the Golden Sparrow”
Both printed on 100% recycled papers,
$30 (normally $23 & $21 separately)
* Haiku One Breaths: a voice through a tangle by Mankh, half how-to write haiku, half anthology. 160 pgs., 4.25x6, printed on recycled paper (85% recovered fiber / 30% post consumer),
* A Granddaughter’s Rite of Passage: Tales from the McCarthy Era by Julie Gilgoff, (considering today’s world, an important era of history to learn about). 176 pages, 6x9, text printed with soy-based non-petroleum ink on 100% recycled and FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified paper which is processed chlorine free. Front and back covers printed on FSC certified paper.
* Inside a Turtle Shell poems by Robert Savino, Suffolk County poet laureate 2015-2017, 96 pages, 6 x 9, text is printed with soy-based non-petroleum ink on 100% recycled and FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified paper which is processed chlorine free. Front and back covers are printed on FSC certified paper.
* Call them home poems by Gregory Alexander, 96 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 text printed on 100% recycled chlorine-free paper.
* $10 - Donation: proceeds go to Lakota and/or Shinnecock Nations.
Singing an Epic of Peace: a Fifth World Story-Poem by Mankh (Walter E. Harris III), 264 pgs, 6x9
Poets who have gone to the spirit-world:
* Endorphin Brigade: Fruits, Vegetables and My Journey with MS by Richard Savadsky, 64 pgs, 5.5x8.5. Along with being a good friend, Richard was a poet, artist, and retired engineer, as well as a lover of humanity, the animal kingdom and the universe. He was a staff member for Performance Poets Association.
* space between by Gertrude Halstead, 80 pgs., 5.5x8.5. Halstead was born in Germany in 1916. where during the war she was interned in Camp Gurs in the south of France. She volunteered as an interpreter and escaped by having the French authorities sign her release papers. She eventually made her way to Portugal where she was able to get passage on the last passenger ship, Excalibur, leaving for the United States. She was Poet Laureate of Worcester, Mass., and awarded Outstanding Achievement in Poetry Award, 2006, from UMass/Dartmouth.
* If You See My Dog, The Name Is Moon by Pierre Gazarian, 112 pgs., 6x9. Born in Paris, he came to the United States at the age of fifteen. His short plays have been read or staged at John Jay College, UBU Repertory Theater, and the United Nations. He was a columnist for The Suffolk Times and the columns are compiled in a book A Seagull on my Roof.
And... a poet i’ve lost touch with: * Ecstatic poems by Mira McEwan, 72 pgs., 6x9,
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