After award-winning books on environment and scores of articles, this is Gus Speth's first book of poetry. In it there are stories about people and their journeys, scathing but sometimes humorous commentary on current events, several reflections on climate risks and environmental loss and where that leaves us, and many other poems--philosophical, funny, or something else.
Rachael Wilkinson's first poetry collection is brilliant and so beautifully written that you almost fall into pages and live the words the author has written. The poetry in Poems Within The Soul are heartfelt and emotionally raw, they will
The Parting is a collection of one dozen prose poems and short fictions previously published and anthologized. These compressed, lyrical, and narrative works conjure quiet dream worlds of partings, transformations, and transmigrations.
The raps, rants and images within grew out of talks with young people about justice, government and expression. In Why Politics Matters author Tim McGillicuddy looks forward and back at politics in America. He feels the need for the book is so transparently obvious as to sometimes be invisible.
Objects stir to life and experiences assume physical forms in this book of poetry about friendship and common ground.
Indomitable Journey is Tim McGillicuddy’s fifth book of poetry with Northshire. He proposes that if you’ve forgotten your love of Nature, go to Alaska to watch the salmon run. If that doesn’t work—don’t come back. In August, 2015 my son and I took a trip to Alaska to see the salmon run. The ecosystem of the Pacific Northwest exists because of the salmon’s journey.