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The Heart of Everything That Is

$12.00

Poetry, Red Bird Editor Series
Photographs by author
44 pages 
6" x 6" single signature with hand sewn binding
Published May 2014

At the Top

The steep angle of the slab
sends my stomach in somersaults.
The long distance to the ground
overcomes logic and I briefly forget
this tether at my waist marries me
to this ledge so that I may take in these spires 
surrounding me.

Raven’s eye view over the vast expanse of 
rocks pushed upward: 
sharp stones punctuating the heart of everything that is.
 

Animal Poems, An Anthology

$12.00

Poetry Anthology
11 poems from various authors with corresponding photographs  
44 pages
8.5" x 5.5" single signature with hand sewn binding
Published ____ 2014

Two years ago Gretchen Marquette began the process of collecting animal poems.  She selected 11 poems from various authors. We had planned to have the poems illustrated but that plan fell through.  Still we had these great poems and so we went to photographers online and found images that spoke to the poems.  What you see is the cover of the anthology.  Inside you will find photographs and a startling collection of poems that speak to the variety of  human relationships with, and responses to, the animal world.  

Authors of this collection are Tara Bergen Adams, Caleb Beissert, Krisanne a Dattir, Frieda Gardner, Joanna Lilley, Beverly Acuff Momoi, Ariane Sandford, Ann Tweedy, Sohn Sibley Williams, Kelly Hansen Maher, and Su Smallen.  

Qikiqtagruk: Almost An Island

$12.00

Poetry
Photographs by author
40 pages
8.5" x 5.5" single signature with hand sewn binding
Published June 2014

Desperation III: Bears

In 1954 pilots dropped barrels, 
canisters of oil and gas along this shore, a last
vestige of the desperate, a refueling station in the Arctic north.
The oil seeped into soil and the cans emptied,
rusted, labeled, plotted
by GPS coordinates, slated for removal, 
manuport remnants of early Arctic flight.
Bears wallow here by the shore and once a blond grizzly
broke a can, bear’s paws all smeared and black,
slick oiled and grimed. The bear waded,
his tracks from shore to water a seep
of manufacture, a mar disappearing into mud.

To Gain the Day

$12.00
Poetry
Photographs by Holly Burnside
44 pages
8.5" x 5.5" single signature with hand sewn binding
Published March 2015

Anthony's collection of poems deals with issues and aspects of life that we can all find familiar.  Don't we all have parts of our lives that have nothing to do with each other and everything to do with who we are?  Anthony, poet, ex-educator, and "pest control technician" explores the way we chose to live, how we function, manage, provide and still remain true to ourselves and those we care about.  Thoughtful, honest, enduring and endearing, Anthony's poems deal directly and compassionately with balancing occupation and vocation, co-workers and family, past and present.  

Broadsides Sizes
$8.00
April 2012 Broadside
Poem by Sandy Beach
Photograph by Julia Tupper
Printed on archival matte paper
Broadside Contributors: 

Julia Tupper, is a writer, photographer, beaded jewelry designer, and Professional Life Coach who empowers others to find and cultivate their most authentic and creative selves. She and her partner live in Vancouver, Washington with their three delightful shelties. 

Sandy Beach is a poet and collage artist. Her poetry has brought her to Italy to hang out with Ezra Pound’s family, and to Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles and D.C. to hang out with art. She has been making art connected to poetry since the early 90’s. 

Broadsides Sizes
$8.00
January 2012 Broadside
Poem by Christopher Title
Photograph by Julia Tupper
Printed on archival matte paper
Broadside Contributors: 

Christopher Title lives and teaches in the Twin Cities area where he also produces Barbaric Yawp, a monthly open mic reading series.

Julia Tupper is a writer, photographer, beaded jewelry designer, and Professional Life Coach who empowers others to find and cultivate their most authentic and creative selves. She and her partner live in Vancouver, Washington with their three delightful shelties. 

Broadsides Sizes
$8.00

March 2012 Broadside
Poem by Kelly Hansen Maher
Photograph and collage by Sarah Hayes
Printed on archival matte paper

Broadside Contributors: 

Kelly Hansen Maher is a writer and poet living in Northeast Minneapolis. She is a student, a teacher, and an attorney, who loves nature and garden writing, formal experimentation, and a well-told story. 

Sarah Hayes is a writer and visual artist living in St. Paul, MN.  She writes primarily poetry while dabbling in creative non-fiction, and using collage and digital photography for visual expression. 

 

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