Poetry books with NJ ties published in 2010
Canned - by Anthony Buccino
CARTOGRAPHIES OF SILENCE by Erik Vatne published by Barrytown/Station Hill Press.
Certainties and Uncertainties - Hank Kalet
DREAM BONES - Linda Cronin
Linda Cronin's first poetry collection Dream Bones, is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. For more information, visit http://www.lindacronin.net/
FORKED TONGUE - Craig Sernotti
Jubilant Whispers by Michael H. Hanson
Available at: http://www.cyberwizardproductions.com/ and Amazon.com
I Have His Letters Still by Ray Brown
Morgan: Writing Through Grief - Sheila Massoni
Redrawing Borders by Basil Rouskas
Retrieving Labrador Days dog tales in verse and prose by Anthony Buccino
Also on Kindle and Nook.
Reunion by Bob Rosenbloom
Sixteen Inches On Center by Anthony Buccino
Stalking the Dead by Suzanne Rae Deshchidn
confessional freeverse poetry.
Print or mp3download
Temptation by Water by Diane Lockward
The Atheist’s Prayer by Madeline Tiger
The Intersection of Beauty and Crime by Jawanza Phoenix Available on Amazon
The Plumber's Apprentice by Joe Weil
The Verbs of Desiring by Renee Ashley
Urban Bird Life by Iris Lee
What We Pass On: Collected Poems: 1980-2009 by Maria Mazziotti Gillan
Beyond The Rift: Poets of the Palisades
The American Voice in Poetry: The Legacy of Whitman, Williams, and Ginsberg
U.S. 1 Worksheets Issue 55
What’s Your Exit?: A Literary Detour Through New Jersey
Deniability - George Witte
ORCHISES PRESS • P. O. BOX 320533 • ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA • 22320-4533
I TOOK THE SCENIC ROUTE - Carrie McLeod Howson
Fat Cat Press
Carrie L. Howson
West Orange, NJ
Visions of Clarity by Michael Fritts
published by Wasteland Press
$12 bn.com, amazon.com
A SIEGE OF RAPTORS poems by Nancy Scott
$14.00 through finishinglinepress.com or Nancy Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org
IN THE VOICE OF A MINOR SAINT - by Sarah J. Sloat
Tilt Press, 9309 Plashet Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina 28227
2009, 22 pp., $8.00
Congo Lights By John Petrolino
Momentum - Cat Doty
Catherine Doty received the 2003 Academy of American Poets Marjorie J. Wilson Award and fellowships from the New Jersey State Arts Council and the New York Foundation for the Arts.
Snow, Shadows, a Stranger - POEMS by Laury A. Egan
80 pages, $16
Laury Egan is available for readings.
AMERICAN BOY: Pushing Sixty - Anthony Buccino
Working class verse about life and growing up in New Jersey.
Also on Kindle and Nook.
THE BOOK OF SEVENTY - ALICIA OSTRIKER
She has also published three books on the Bible, Feminist Revision and the Bible, the controversial The Nakedness of the Fathers; Biblical Visions and Revisions, a combination of prose and poetry that re-imagines the Bible from the perspective of a contemporary Jewish woman, and most recently, For the Love of God: the Bible as an Open Book.
THE SECRET HISTORY OF NEW JERSEY - Tony Gruenewald
Available at Amazon.com and CreateSpace.com
Check out Tony’s website at Tony Gruenewald
OVER EASY - Marcia Ivans
BOY ON A SWING - Salvatore Buttaci
Big Table Publishing
To order a copy of Boy on a Swing, please visit http://www.bigtablepublishing.com/ and click on the "Titles" link.
To learn more about the author and read excerpts, please go to http://www.thechapbookstore.com/ .
The Carriage House Poetry Series Tenth Anniversary Anthology
published by Muse-Pie Press
Anthology features 41 selected poets who read in the Carriage House Series in Fanwood from 1998 to 2008, including 2001 Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Dunn and Academy of America Poets Chancellor Gerald Stern.
The Carriage House Poetry Series was founded by Adele Kenny in 1998. Readings are held in the Patricia Kuran Arts Center, an historic Gothic Revival structure that was once a 19th century carriage house, hence the name of the series.
The Idiom Magazine: An Anthology Of Volumes 1 And 2
BEST OF PHILADELPHIA STORIES
ONE STANDS GUARD, ONE SLEEPS - Nancy Scott
Thatchwork - Anthology Dedicated to Sid Rowland
DELAWARE VALLEY POETS
Contact: Joseph Longino
The Poetry of Place: North Jersey In Poetry
An Anthology Celebrating the Poetry of William Carlos Williams - Edited by Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Mark Hillringhouse.
Poems that capture places and experiences in North Jersey.
By 45 poets from New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Iowa.
Featuring: Svea Barrett, Laura Boss, Mark Brunetti, Anthony Buccino, Laurie Byro, Robert Carnevale, John Chorazy, Philip Cioffari, Doris Disavino, Andrew Fader, Frank Fyffe, Marilyn A. Gelman, Kathleen Gerart, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, Sharon Lynn Griffiths, James D. Gwyn, William J. Higginson, Mark Hillringhouse, Charles H. Johnson, Janet Kolstein, Gilda Kreuter, Michelle Lerner, Joel Lewis, Don Lynch, Manuel E. Martinez, Sheila O'Neill Massoni, Stephen McNamara, ChloÉ Yelena Miller, Howard Nelson, Frank L. Niccoletti, Estelle Padawer, Linda Radice, Christine Redman-Waldeyer, Ellen Rowe, Gene Simakowitz, Carole Stone, Maxine Susman, Marianne Taylor, Christine Turczyn, Joe E. Weil, Sander Zulauf.
On the Boardwalk - J. LOUIS YAMPOLSKY
One Morning In Jersey City - Anthony Buccino
Voices On The Bus - Anthony Buccino
Books avalable in print or download.
AS IF FREE - Burt Kimmelman
Link to As If Free at SPD / Small Press Distribution:
SUGAR AND SAND - Gail Fishman Gerwin
MIDNIGHT VOICES - Deborah Ager
ORGANIZED LABOR: COLLECTED POEMS - Daniel P. Quinn
See reviews of the book at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/3/prweb214498.htm
Book signings are also available. Go to http://www.authorhouse.com/
Gravedigger’s Birthday - B.J. Ward
North Atlantic Books
PAINTING THE CHRISTMAS TREES - Joe Weil (Texas Review Press)
WHAT REMAINS - Joe Weil (Nightshade Press)
THE DRIVE HOME - Susanna Rich
Susanna Rich is the author of two poetry collections –The Drive Home (2009) and Television Daddy (2008).
Please visit her at http://www.susannarich.com/
BLUE CHEVIES - Jim Klein
WHAT GOES ON: SELECTED and NEW POEMS 1995-2009 - Stephen Dunn
Stephen Dunn is the author of fifteen collections of poetry, including the recent His Different Hours was awarded the 2001 Pulitzer Prize. Among his other books are Everything Else in the World (W. W. Norton, 2006); Local Visitations (2003); Loosestrife (1996); New and Selected Poems: 1974-1994 (1994); Landscape at the End of the Century (1991); Between Angels (1989); and Local Time (1986), winner of the National Poetry Series. He is also the author of Walking Light: Memoirs and Essays on Poetry (BOA Editions, 2001), and Riffs & Reciprocities: Prose Pairs (1998).
RIDING MY TRICYCLE: POETRY OF DREAMS AND VISIONS - Ann M. DeVenezia
Grave Rubbings: New and Selected Poems; and Telling Abuse: New Poems
WHAT FEEDS US - Diane Lockward
MORGAN, WRITING THROUGH GRIEF - Sheila Massoni
Finishing Line Press
Amongst the Autumn Morning by Smith Richards William