• Roadworthy
    • Roadworthy
    • Roadworthy

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    • Publication Date: December 15, 2020 - Order Today! In Roadworthy, poet Dave Mehler offers readers the bizarre and unique opportunity to view the world through the lens of a "hauling witness"—a long-haul truck driver in the US and a short line (or regional) truck driver in Colorado/Wyoming and the Pacific Northwest. The poems relate experiences in narrative and lyric based from…
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  • Song of the Selkie
    • Song of the Selkie
    • Song of the Selkie

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    • Publication Date: August 4, 2020 - Order Today Enter the wondrous world of the Selkie. According to Celtic legend, a selkie is a seal underwater and a woman on land. Sometimes she emerges from the ocean, shedding her white selkie-coat to dance on the sand in moonlight. In the liminal space of the shore, she is vulnerable to capture by…
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  • High Tide
    • High Tide
    • High Tide

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    • Publication Date:  July 28, 2020 - Order Today! High tide . . . On the one hand, high tide can mean “surf’s up” on a beautiful beach. You might be there with friends or family—waves big enough to ride, sun high in an azure sky. On the other, there is Dylan’s sinister warning: “It’s bad out there. High waters everywhere.”…
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  • The Law of the Land
    • The Law of the Land
    • The Law of the Land

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    • Publication Date:  May 19, 2020 We live in an immoral age. Humanity suffers from “nature deficit disorder.” We have lost touch with the Earth, the Great Lawgiver. These poems unveil a moral code derived from the Earth. Part I reveals the moral code of the Lakota Sioux, a Plains Indian tribe whose way of life was taken from them. Part…
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  • The Annotated Murder of One
    • The Annotated Murder of One
    • The Annotated Murder of One

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    • Publication Date:  September 14, 2018 In The Annotated Murder of One, Jared Pearce takes lines, phrases, and words from the Counting Crows’ song, “A Murder of One,” and spins them into new directions and dimensions. The poetry collection focuses on memories, history, the future—and on the relationship between love and understanding. Vivid bird imagery is found throughout, but ghosts, flowers, jokes,…
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