Poetry Collections

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A MANIFEST FOR THE MOON

The Lunar Codex uses digital and analog technology to preserve art, books, music, and more, enclosed in time capsules and launched to the Moon. It is a message-in-a-bottle to the future.

Curatorial Notes

 

The poetry represented in the Lunar Codex began with one volume, Tango Desolado, from the five-volume Semaphore Collection of Dr. Samuel Peralta's poetry. This was owing to a lack of space in the Peregrine Collection.

 

This grew to include the other four books from the series - the award-winning Sonata Vampirica, Sonnets from the Labrador, How More Beautiful You Are, and War and Ablution - all Amazon bestsellers in poetry. Sonnets from the Labrador was also published in a GOSS183 print edition.

In late 2021 the Lunar Codex, in cooperation with Brick Street Poetry, launched a call for poems under the editorial leadership of Joyce Brinkman,  inaugural poet laureate of Indiana, along with  poet and professor Joe Heithaus of DePauw University and poet and science writer Jessica Reed of Butler University. This call was the basis for the three-volume series The Polaris Trilogy - the first-ever poetry collection to be published in both a terrestrial and lunar edition.
 

The Lunar Codex now also includes three volumes from the Best New African Poetry series, and numerous other collections of note.

* Every poem in each of the books and anthologies listed below is archived in the Codex. Each author listed thus has at least one poetry work represented in the Codex, and often several. 
 


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Works are located as to their respective lunar time capsules as follows: 

IM1 - Intuitive Machines Nova-C Mission 1 to the Vallis Schrasöteri (The Nova Collection)

PM1 - Astrobotic Peregrine Mission 1 to Lacus Mortis (The Peregrine Collection)

GM1 - Astrobotic Griffin Mission 1 to the Lunar South Pole (The Polaris Collection) 

 

MANIFEST

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PACIFIC

Windrift Books (1988) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Samuel Peralta

- Winner, Palanca Memorial Awards in Poetry, 1981 

- Selected poems from 'Pacific' are also collected in 'The Palanca Memorial Awards Anthology of Winning Works', from Anvil Books. Revised versions of selected poems are included in 'The Semaphore Collection'

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SONNETS FROM THE LABRADOR

GOSS183 (2010) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Samuel Peralta
- Ekphrastic poems based on the works of Canadian master printmaker David Blackwood 

- Book design and layout by Didi Menendez

- Over 2010-2022, the GOSS183 edition of "Sonnets from the Labrador" was the only book of poetry by Samuel Peralta made available in print form

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SONATA VAMPIRICA

Windrift Books (2012) - GM1
 

- A collection of poetry by Samuel Peralta, first in the five-volume Semaphore Collection of poetry books, a literary re-interpretation of the vampire legend in verse.
- #1 on the Amazon Kindle Hot New Releases in Poetry
- #1 Amazon Best Seller in Poetry

- eBook of the Day selection at Kindle Nation Daily

- Top 10 in GoodReads' List of Great Small Press Books and Chapbooks

- Cover photograph "Marc Pinto, Primitive"  by Marc Pinto
- Author photograph by Grace Mendoza Hughes

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SONNETS FROM THE LABRADOR

Windrift Books (2012) - GM1
 

- A collection of poetry by Samuel Peralta, second in the five-volume Semaphore Collection of poetry books, inspired by the works of Canadian printmaker David Blackwood, evoking that mythic world - a world of icebergs and whales, shipwrecks and ghosts
- #1 on the Amazon Kindle Hot New Releases in Poetry
- #1 Amazon Best Seller in Poetry

- Top 5 in GoodReads' List of Great Small Press Books and Chapbooks

- Cover art, detail from "David's Studio, Sunset" by Heather Horton
- Author photograph by Grace Mendoza Hughes

- The Windrift Books edition adds a preamble "Sea's Edge" and an afterword "Flags and Semaphores" to the GOSS183 edition

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HOW MORE BEAUTIFUL YOU ARE

Windrift Books (2012) - GM1
 

- A collection of poetry by Samuel Peralta, third in the five-volume Semaphore Collection of poetry books. These are love poems infused with longing and sensuality, evoking the journey from uncertainty to passion, from eroticism to enduring love, navigating the vagaries of the heart
- #1 on the Amazon Kindle Hot New Releases in Poetry
- #3 Amazon Best Seller in Poetry

- Top 20 in GoodReads' List of Great Small Press Books and Chapbooks

- Cover photograph "Bohemia Rose" by Silvia Mena
- Author photograph by Grace Mendoza Hughes

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TANGO DESOLADO

Windrift Books (2012) - PM1, GM1
 

- A collection of poetry by Samuel Peralta, fourth in the five-volume Semaphore Collection of poetry books, about love and loss - of love unrealized, unrequited, bereft - woven into a tapestry of sorrow and desire, exploring a world of longing and desolation, a counterpoint to the book's canción desesperada, its song of despair
- #1 on the Amazon Kindle Hot New Releases in Poetry
- #6 Amazon Best Seller in Poetry

- Top 20 in GoodReads' List of Great Small Press Books and Chapbooks

- Cover art "February 2005" by Heather Horton
- Author photograph by Grace Mendoza Hughes

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WAR AND ABLUTION

Windrift Books (2012) - GM1
 

- A collection of poetry by Samuel Peralta, fourth in the five-volume Semaphore Collection of poetry books,  charting the geography and history of war and revolution, and its human cost; it serves a testament to the horrors of war, and as a memorial to the redemptive power of the human spirit.

- #1 on the Amazon Kindle Hot New Releases in Poetry
- #4 Amazon Best Seller in Poetry

- Top 20 in GoodReads' List of Great Small Press Books and Chapbooks

- Cover art "The Murmur of the Innocents" by Gottfried Helnwein
- Author photograph by Grace Mendoza Hughes

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THINGS HAPPEN - POEMS 2012

University of Santo Tomas Publishing House (2014) - GM1
 

- Poems by Cirilo F. Bautisto, Philippine National Artist for Literature 

- Winner of nine Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, 1968-1981
- Cirilo F. Bautista’s 11th book of poems, all written in 2012 in an inspired stretch of imagination. They are narrative transcriptions of social and personal experiences that have affected his views of humanity - suffering, pain, hunger, war, love - they are here, interpreted as only Bautista can.

 

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BEST NEW AFRICAN POETS 2021 ANTHOLOGY

Mwanaka Media and Publishing (2021) - GM1
 

- Edited by Tendai Rinos Mwanaka, Lorna Telma Zita, Balddine Moussa

- Notable for a section of poetry responding to humanity's new initiatives in outer space, imagining humankind as it approaches becoming an interplanetary civilization.

- This is the 7th volume of the yearly Africa-wide poetry anthologies begun in 2015, making this series the largest archive of African contemporary poetry in several African languages including among others English, Portuguese, French, Arabic, Shona, Yoruba, Tswana, Zulu, and more.

- In total this anthology series has published over 800 African poets from nearly all countries in Africa.

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BEST NEW AFRICAN POETS 2020 ANTHOLOGY

Mwanaka Media and Publishing (2020) - GM1
 

- Edited by Tendai Rinos Mwanaka, Balddine Moussa, Lorna Telma Zita

- Notable for the many poetic pieces dealing with the Covid pandemic

- Over 352 pieces from 140 African poets from Nigeria, Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Egypt, Tunisia, Cape Verde, Sao Tome and Principe, Comoros, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Cameroun, Namibia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, and more, and those of African Diasporas in Portugal, Brazil, the UK, USA, China, and more
 

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BEST NEW AFRICAN POETS 2019 ANTHOLOGY

Mwanaka Media and Publishing (2019) - GM1
 

- Edited by Tendai Rinos Mwanaka, Nsah Mala

- 197 poems from over 100 poets writing in English, Portuguese, French, and a whole host of African indigenous languages.  Featured are poems which deal with love, relationships, politics, governance, spirituality, existence, identity and place. We invite you to this year’s anthology to engage with the most important new African poets writing from the continent and the diasporas and enjoy this African potpourri of art and life.

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SECRETS OF SELF

Blurb (2020) - IM1, GM1
 

- Selected poems from the book by Alina Lee

- The volume consists of a collage of journal entries, scribbles on Post-It notes, and fragments of private blog posts, released to the world to heal and inspire 
- Poems selected include "March," "Her," and "Dream" 

- Dream" also archived in the Nova Collection

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THE MEDUSA PROJECT

Mookychick (2020) - GM1
 

- A feminist anthology edited by Juliette van der Molen and Megha Sood

- Cover design by Juliette van der Molen

- Book layout by Wijnand van der Giessen
- With contributions from 
Shari Aber ▪ Sascha Akhtar ▪ Khadija Anderson ▪ Backyard Banshee ▪ Jo Barghest ▪ Dr. Charley Barnes ▪ Anne Elise Brinich ▪ Debz Butler ▪ Nellie Cole ▪ Ashleigh Condon ▪ Linda M. Crate ▪ Cáit Ní Dhonnchú’ ▪ Sam Egelstaff ▪ Kim Fahner ▪ Marie Fields ▪ Alicia Fitton ▪ E.L. Flint ▪ Jo Flynn ▪ Victoria Gatehouse ▪ JGeorge ▪ Anuja Ghimire ▪ SK Grout ▪ Sam Hall ▪ Caroline Hardaker ▪ Stella Hervey Birrell ▪ Nori Rose Hubert ▪ Ellen Huang ▪ Jaisha Jansena ▪ Natasha Kindred ▪ Catherine Kleindienst ▪ Magda Knight ▪ Laurie Koensgen ▪ Juliette Kumar ▪ Claire Marsden ▪ Zoe Mitchell ▪ Cat Rogi ▪ Christina Rosso ▪ Jess O'Shea ▪ Monique Quintana ▪ Carla S. Schick ▪ Lynne Schmidt ▪ Penny Sharman ▪ D. Slayton Avery ▪ Imogen L. Smiley ▪ Megha Sood ▪ Ghia Vitale ▪ Lisa Lerma Weber ▪ Kate J. Wilson ▪ Scarlett Ward Bennett

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FLOWER GARDEN

Windrift Books (2021) - IM1, PM1, GM1
 

- Limited edition

- Poems by L.J. Peralta

- "The Colours of a Rose" included in the Nova Collection
 

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CHILDHOOD MEMORIES

Windrift Books (2021) - IM1, PM1, GM1
 

- Limited edition 

- Poems by L.E. Peralta

- "As I Ran Down the Path" included in the Nova Collection
 

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DANGER FLOWER

Palimpsest Press / Anstruther Books (2021) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Jaclyn Desforges

- A baby transforms into a reverse mermaid in a baptism gone wrong. After being stepped on, a snail exacts revenge. In Danger Flower, Jaclyn Desforges leads enlightened witnesses through a wild garden where archetypal tales are treated with tongue-in-cheek irreverence. Amidst nesting dolls and opossums, poison oak and Tamagotchis, the poet navigates gender roles, sexual indiscretions, episodic depression, and mothering, forming essential survival strategies for a changing world. Danger Flower is a necessary debut.

- One of CBC Books' selections for the Best Canadian Poetry of 2021, as well as one of their Poetry Collections to Watch for in Fall 2021
- Selected for All Lit Up's Fall 2021 Off/Kilter Most Anticipated Reads
- One of 49th Shelf's Most Anticipated Poetry Collections of 2021
- A Hamilton Review of Books Independently Published Bestseller 

- Versions of some of these poems were published in the poetry chapbook Hello Nice Man by Jaclyn Desforges (Anstruther Press, 2019). Thanks to the editors at Room Magazine, THIS Magazine, The Fiddlehead, Contemporary Verse 2, Minola Review, Cathexis Northwest Press, Untethered Magazine, Literary Mama and Mortar Magazine, where some poems in this collection first appeared. 

- Book and cover design by Kate Hargreaves (CorusKate Design)
- Author photograph by Jesse Valvasori
- Edited by Jim Johnstone 

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AND THIS ONE'S FOR THEM

Rosenna Imprints (2019) - PM1, GM1
 

- Poems by Oliver Chaffey

- Cover design by Soap Designs

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DID YOU KNOW?

Rattle (2019) - PM1, GM1
 

- Poems by Elizabeth S. Wolf
- Elizabeth S. Wolf is also the author of the chapbook What I Learned: Poems (Finishing Line Press, Oct 2017). Her poems have appeared in multiple anthologies and journals, including Persian Sugar in English Tea (in English & Farsi), Mosaics, Ibbetson Street, Peregrine Journal, Tuck Magazine, and others. She is a regular at the Merrimac Mic open mic and the Full Moon Story

- Layout and design by Timothy Green
- Cover image by Allef Vinicius (CC0)

- Winner of the 2018 Rattle Chapbook Prize

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WHEN LAWYERS WEPT

Kelsay Books (2019) - PM1, GM1
 

- Poems by Elizabeth S. Wolf
- Cover design by Shay Culligan

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MERRIMAC MIC ANTHOLOGY: GLEANINGS FROM THE FIRST YEAR

Merrimac Mic (2015) - PM1, GM1
 

- An anthology of poetry edited by Isabell VanMerlin
- With poetry by
Muriel Angelil ▪ K. Peddlar Bridges ▪ Vincent D. Camley ▪ Joe Kevin Coleman ▪ Joyce Corcoran ▪ Tim Cremin ▪ KeNadine Delano ▪ Chris Ellis ▪ David J. Ennamorati ▪ Lee Eric Freedman ▪ Peter Fulton ▪ Lisa Golda-Shields ▪ Tom Green ▪ Blaine Hebbel ▪ Jnana Hodson ▪ Susan LaFortune ▪ Tom Landergan ▪ Fran Larkin ▪ Barbara Kent Lawrence ▪ Pete McDade ▪ Joe McGurn ▪ Jamie Millen ▪ Tom Miller ▪ Regal Pinion ▪ Bryan P.T. Riley ▪ Son Rivers ▪ Muriel Soule ▪ Ann Staffeld ▪ Nancy Strickland ▪ Isabell VanMerlin ▪ Chris Warner ▪ Elizabeth S. Wolf ▪ Kerry Zagarella ▪ Neal Zagarella

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PERSIAN SUGAR IN ENGLISH TEA: A BILINGUAL ANTHOLOGY OF SHORT POEMS AND HAIKU

Persian Sugar (2018) - PM1, GM1
 

- An anthology of poetry translated and edited by Soodabeh Saeidnia and Aimal Zaman
- Cover illustration by Seyedeh Masoumeh Hosseini
- Children illustrations by Jordan Trethewey with image proofing by Jenn Zed

- With poetry by

Arthur C. Ford, Sr. ▪ Bob Heman ▪ Bob Whitmire ▪ Charles Braddy ▪ Claudine Nash ▪ Des Mannay ▪ Diane DeCillis ▪ Donald Krieger ▪ Elizabeth S. Wolf ▪ Ellen Pober Rittberg ▪ James D. Casey ▪ James Walton ▪ Jay Gandhi ▪ Ken Allan Dronsfield ▪ Matt Stefon ▪ Meagan Brothers ▪ Michael Griffith ▪ Nancy Taylor Day ▪ Ngozi Olivia Osuoha ▪ Phillip Jones ▪ Ronald Tumbaga ▪ Thomas Fucaloro ▪ Jordan Trethewey ▪ Norbert Gora

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MiPOESIAS ANTHOLOGY

GOSS183 (2010) - GM1

- A poetry anthology edited by Bob Hicok
- Designed and published by Didi Menendez

- Cover art by Sommer Browning
- With poetry by 

Ada Limon ▪ Austin Hummell ▪ Colette LaBouffAtkinson ▪ Oana ▪  Laura McKee ▪  Iosif ▪ Darcie Dennigan ▪ Dawn Lundy Martin ▪ Dobby Gibson ▪ Elizabeth Scanlon ▪ Ed Pavlic ▪ Franz Wright ▪ G.C. Waldrep ▪ Matt Hart ▪ Russell Dillon ▪ William D. Waltz ▪ Tim Seibles ▪ Sommer Browning ▪ Ander Monson ▪ Douglas Kearney

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GROWING UP CUBAN IN AMERICA

GOSS183 (2002) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Didi Menendez
- Didi Menendez was born in Santo Suarez, Cuba in 1960. Her family came to the United States in 1962. The rest of her story is found in her poetry.

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FOR LOVE OF AN ARMADILLO

GOSS183 (2009) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Didi Menendez
- Illustrations by Jeremy Baum

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THE LIZARD CATCHER

GOSS183 (2016) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Didi Menendez
- Artwork by Didi Menendez

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HARVESTING SUNFLOWERS

GOSS183 (2017) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Dulce Maria Menendez

- Dulce Maria Menendez - you may know her as Didi if you are her neighbor or have been published in one of her magazines. To her friends and family she is just Dulce.

- Paintings on the back and front cover by Jeffrey Bess

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BETWEEN YOKO ONO AND A HARD PLACE

GOSS183 (2017) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Didi Menendez
- Artwork by Didi Menendez

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POSTSCRIPTS TO THE DEAD

GOSS183 (2012) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Pris Campbell
- Cover art by Didi Menendez

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GOTTA GO NOW

GOSS183 (2012) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Grace Cavalieri

- Designed and edited by Didi Menendez

- Cover photo by Dan Murano

- This collection of eulogies has a title that belongs to Robert Alexander. Bob, great theater director, created Living Stage at Arena Theater in Washinton D.C. In 2010 when he was in hospice I called to give him my love. He spoke for a few minuts and then said, "Grace, I gotta go now," and so he did.

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WHAT THE PSYCHIC SAID

GOSS183 (2020) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Grace Cavalieri
- Cover photo “Bar Harbor” by Dan Murano, from the book Poet Trees
- Book design by April Carter Grant

- Grace Cavalieri is Maryland’s tenth Poet Laureate. She’s the author of 26 books and chapbooks of poetry and 20 short-form and full-length plays. She founded and produces “The Poet and the Poem” for public radio, now from the Library of Congress, celebrating 43 years on-air.

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BETWEEN GRIEF AND HALLELUJAH

Wings O' Butterfly (2022) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Susie Clevenger

- Cover design by Ben Ditmars


- Dedicated to Cynthia Dawn Clevenger
- If you stop mourning them, and start listening to them, they still have the power to change your life. They can, in short, be salvation. - Matt Haig, 'How to Stop Time'

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A BLADE OF SUMMER GRASS

AC Publishing (2021) - PM1, GM1

- A collection of poetry by Adrienne Chinn

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DAISIES IN THE BREEZE

AC Publishing (2021) - PM1, GM1

- A collection of poetry by Adrienne Chinn

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TOUCH ME LIKE THE RAIN

AC Publishing (2021) - PM1, GM1

- A collection of poetry by Adrienne Chinn

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ALTERNATIVE POETRY BOOKS - Yellow Edition

Endaxi Press (2009) - GM1

- An Amazon bestselling collection of humorous poetry by Michele Brenton

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ALTERNATIVE POETRY BOOKS - Pink Edition

Endaxi Press (2009) - GM1

- An Amazon bestselling collection of humorous poetry by Michele Brenton

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ALTERNATIVE POETRY BOOKS - Blue Edition

Endaxi Press (2010) - GM1

- An Amazon bestselling collection of humorous poetry by Michele Brenton

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FIFTY SHADES IN CLAY

Endaxi Press (2012) - GM1

- An Amazon bestselling collection of humorous poetry by Michele Brenton

- Clay art and other illustrations by Michele Brenton

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CHIAROSCURO - DARKNESS AND LIGHT

Dverse Poets (2017) - GM1

- An anthology of poetry edited by Björn Rudberg and Mary Grace Guevara
- Thanks to Kim M. Russell, Victoria C. Slotto, Gayle Walters Rose, Lillian Hallberg, Frank Hubeny, Walter Wojtanik, Toni Spencer, De Jackson, Michelle Beauchamp, and Paul John Dear
- Special thanks to the editing team including Kim, Gayle, Lillian, Frank and Michelle
- Photography credits - Paul John Dear (including cover), Kim M. Russell, Michelle Beauchamp, Candace Kubinec

- Featuring poetry by

Mary Bach ▪ Jane Kohut-Bartels ▪ Michelle Beauchamp ▪ Margaret Bednar ▪ Vivienne Blake ▪ Jay Blue ▪ Misky Braendeholm ▪ Judy Dykstra-Brown ▪ Glenn Butkus ▪ Liza Lopez-Cattell ▪ Marilyn Cavicchia ▪ CC ▪ Dawn Chance ▪ David Cohea ▪ Sarah Connor ▪ Beverly Crawford ▪ Vidhika Dalmia ▪ Susan Daniels ▪ Barry Dawson IV ▪ Paul John Dear ▪ Jane Dougherty ▪ Bryan Ens ▪ Eric Erb ▪ Mags Fairlie ▪ Carol Forrester ▪ Brian A. Fowler ▪ Gina Gallyot ▪ Emmanuel Joseph Garduque ▪ Rosemarie C. Gonzales ▪ Laura Granby ▪ Grapeling ▪ Michael Grogan ▪ Mary Grace Guevara▪ Lillian Hallberg ▪ Alison Jean Hankinson ▪ Sreeja Harikrishnan ▪ Scott Hastie ▪ Crystal Howe ▪ Audrey Howitt ▪ Frank Hubeny ▪ Mirjana Inalman ▪ De Jackson ▪ Cello Jolie ▪ Angela Kay ▪ Hank Kaykuala ▪ Oliana Kim ▪ Steve King ▪ Linda Kruschke ▪ Candace Kubinee ▪ Sabio Lantz ▪ Kelly Letky ▪ Annell Livingston ▪ Jill Lyman ▪ Barbara K. MacKenzie ▪ Stacy Lynn Mar ▪ Sherry Marr ▪ Loreen McDonald ▪ Raivenne McKinnon ▪ Freya McMillan ▪ Sara McNulty ▪ Sean Michael ▪ Brian Miller ▪ Paul Mortimer ▪ Buddah Moskowitz ▪ Janice Munro ▪ Nan Mykel ▪ Anita Nabonne ▪ Charles Payne ▪ Teresa Perin ▪ Rajani Radhakrishnan ▪ Adriana Citlali Ramirez ▪ Kathy Reed ▪ Matthew Rhodes ▪ Sanaa Rizvi ▪ Jae Rose ▪ Gayle Walters Rose ▪ Roslyn Ross ▪ Sumana Roy ▪ Bjorn Rudberg▪  Kim M. Russell ▪ Rebecca Sanchez ▪ Imelda Santore ▪ Victoria C. Slotto ▪ Marina Sofia ▪ Toni Spencer ▪ Pleasant Street ▪ Arcadia Maria Sturdivant ▪ Maureen Sudlow ▪ Debi Swim ▪ Therisa ▪ Xenia Tran ▪ Truedessa ▪ Joslyn Rae Turner ▪ Petru Viljoen ▪ Rosemary Nissen-Wade ▪ Jennifer Wagner ▪ Angie Walker ▪ Mark Walters ▪ Lynn D. Wielenga ▪ Mother Wintermoon ▪ Patricia Wolf ▪ ZQ ▪ Ayala Zarfjian

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THE DVERSE ANTHOLOGY

Plum White Press (2013) - GM1

- An anthology of poetry edited by Frank Watson
- Special thanks to copyeditor Sominique Chatterjee
- Cover design by Frank Watson. Cover image derived from "Wet the window with the background of the autumn city night: by Konstanttin. dVerse logo created by Allison Jardine.

- Featuring poetry by

Addie Peter Abbot ▪ Saiqa Aftab ▪ Shamsud Ahmed ▪  Ainsley Allmark ▪ John Anstie ▪ Richard Archer ▪ Sheikh Ahmed Tijan Bah ▪ Margaret Bednar ▪ Katherine Bischoping ▪ Vivienne Blake ▪ Ginny Brannan ▪ Rhonda L. Brockmeyer ▪ Ali Brown ▪ Glenn A. Buttkus ▪ Sondra J. Byrnes ▪ Brian Carlin ▪ Susan Chast ▪ Tiffany Coffman ▪ Kevin Connelly ▪ Dana Dampier ▪ Susan Daniels ▪ Anthony Desmond ▪ Priyanka Dey ▪ Joy Donnell ▪ Frances Donovan ▪ Kathleen Gresham Everett ▪ gennepher ▪ Robert J. Gerryts ▪ Mary Grave Guevara ▪ Karin Gustafson ▪ Sreeja Harikrishnan ▪ dani harris ▪ Jane Davitt Hewey ▪ vb holmes ▪ S.E. Ingraham ▪ Viota Karioti ▪ Mary Kling ▪ Rod E. Kok ▪ Laurie Kolp ▪ Andrew Kreider ▪ Chris Lawrence ▪ Ewan Lawrie ▪ Kelly Letky ▪ Tony Maude ▪ Lori McClure ▪ Brian Miller ▪ Charles David Miller ▪ Delaina J. Miller ▪ ND Mitchell ▪ Mitisursus ▪ Ben Moeller-Gaa ▪ R.H. Mustard ▪ Jeff (Nico) Newport ▪ ninotaziz ▪ Rosemary Nissen-Wade ▪ Polona Oblak ▪ Mario Brian O'Clery ▪ Wale Owoade ▪ Andre Pace ▪ J.S. Petri ▪ Sandi Pray ▪ Shwetank Rana ▪ Umesh Rao N ▪ Suzy Rigg ▪ John Barrett Roberts ▪ Polly Robinson ▪ Roslyn Ross ▪ Claudia Schonfeld ▪ Dom Schwab ▪ Martin Shone ▪ Steve Shultz ▪ Victoria Slotto ▪ Kelvin S.M. ▪ Shane Stanisauskis ▪ Geeta Suri ▪ Mart Stel ▪ Tom Swanston ▪ Val Termane ▪ Dianne Turner ▪ Lily Wang ▪ Jennifer Wagner ▪ R.E. Warner ▪ Frank Watson ▪ Marvin Welborn ▪ Maria Wellman ▪ Christena Williams ▪ Mark Windham ▪ Tiara Winter-Schorr

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A CORNER OF THE WORLD - HOLOCAUST POEMS FOR MY FATHER

Golden Dragonfly Press (2021) - GM1

- A collection of poetry by Ayala Zarfjian

-  Based on story of the author's family during the Holocaust. Zarfjian is associated with the Holocaust Documentation Center in Dania Beach, and has volunteered her time in poetry readings and other related activities to spread the message of love and tolerance over hate

- This book is in part of the permanent library of the US Holocaust Museum