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  1. Drawn to the Light

    Carroll E. Arkema

    Resource / AUG 2019

    This book is about my gradual emergence from hiding my “light”—my gifts and talents—and about discovering as I let it shine that the light in me was a gift of divine life... read more »
  2. Duende

    N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

    Resource / NOV 2013

    "Duende is that place in us where the two halves of our life are conjoined. It is the place where we go down into the self and gather up that opposing force to our immediate nature. It involves the... read more »
  3. Essence of the Psalms

    Norman M. Chansky

    Resource / JAN 2008

    Essence of the Psalms preserves the spirit of the biblical text while recasting it in a modern idiom. The poetic styles in this work are based on those found in the sacred text. Retained are the... read more »
  4. Eternal Love

    Lolita L. Jardeleza

    Resource / JAN 2020

    The great love stories in history and fiction often somehow ended in tragedy or loss, which Lolita Jardeleza always thought was sad. Why were there no stories of great romances between ordinary,... read more »
  5. Evensong for Shadows

    Shanna Powlus Wheeler

    Resource / NOV 2018

    In Evensong for Shadows, deferred hope becomes fulfilled hope. Like the Psalmist, the poet’s expressions of praise alternate with those of suffering. This book sways... read more »
  6. Every Tongue Confess

    David Craig

    Resource / NOV 2018

    These poems owe their origin to Robert Bly’s stunning ghazals in Stealing Sugar from the Castle. (Why Minnesota has not erected a fifty-foot statue in honor of him is beyond me.) But... read more »
  7. Frederick McSnoogle and the Monster Named Dread

    Annette Proctor

    Resource / APR 2019

    Frederick McSnoogle is haunted by a strange monster that lives in his pocket, plays in his mind, and fills him with worry and dread. He tells his mother he can’t go to his first year in... read more »
  8. From the Belly of the Whale

    N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

    Resource / MAY 2011

    Men have been spit up onto shore by whales and great fish since the beginning of time. This has been going on for forever; perhaps, even longer than forever. This may be true.
    It may also be... read more »
  9. Hold Them Close

    Sarah Agnew

    Resource / JUL 2018

    The poems in Hold Them Close express the joys and hardships of life in its breadth, from the sacred story of Christian spirituality, to the profanity of injustice; through the isolation of... read more »
  10. How Much the Body

    Linda Lee McDonald

    Resource / JUL 2019

    These poems speak to the contemporary struggle to hold onto faith in a turbulent world. Within the collection is a thread of narrative, semi-autobiographical poems that document the author’s... read more »

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