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Of (What Place Meant) By Kenning Jean-Paul Garcia (New Book For Sale 2020)

OF (What Place Meant) is both a frenetic outpouring and a measured micro-portrait of a writer at odds and in love with writing, gratuitously denying and defying genre in bursts of commanding lyricism. García’s book-length experiment with daily writing is as at home with humor as it is with mourning—the conduit of feeling always at the pulse of this ambitious collection. OF tells the story-not-story of a writer-not-writer who must go on living-not-living.

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An Afterword & African Rocking Chairs: word to mother (Hardcover Release)

you can go here to buy the hardcover version of word to mother ($19.99) written by Bennie Herron or add to cart at the end of post. Thank you for reading. West Vine Press Written by Matthew Shenoda In Bennie Herron’s word to the mother the reader is introduced to a world full of rhythm-memories…

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New WVP Book On Sale Assorted Mental Ramblings….By Jorge de Leon (7.99.58p.2016)

New material from Jorge de Leon (The Napkin Book) is a collection of poetics about the dualities of love, life and privilege. Of being alone vs together. Of living and not. Of having and not having. They are almost a play on the Taoist notion of "Wu Wei," such as doing not doing or action non-action

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New Book Release, Poetic Poverty by Andrew K. (Introduction By Code)

BUY NOW: $7.99 Trade Paperback. 118 pages. A collection of poetry and poetic prose, sketches, notes and doodles, written in the past ten to fifteen years. Concepts include getting lost in your room, time, and your mind, American houses, the edge between society and the woods, madness and imagination, rules for writing and the history contained within a number two pencil.