November 20, 2012 Now Available:
Featuring Three Poems by Robert B. Shaw
and Windows: Letters to Ayla by Jean Zipp
Spring 2013, Poets Prize:
Awarded annually by a distinguished panel of poets for the best book of verse by an American author in the past two years.
October 24, 2012 Now Available:
A heartful, funny, and moving spiritual autobiography. From a Catholic girlhood in Nebraska, she graduates to apprenticeship with Allen Ginsberg; transcendental meditation; and finally 30 years of joys and struggles with a Sufi teacher, traveling to Bali, Turkey, India, Kashmir, and the Holy Land.
October 28, 2012 A Word’s Worth Review: “. . . illuminating flashes that will attract readers interested in further developing their spiritual growth.”
Spring 2013, Denise Levertov Award:
Awarded by Seattle Pacific University for Luci Shaw’s serious and sustained engagement in Judeo-Christian literature and culture.
Spring 2013, Texas Institute of Letters Award:
Awarded the Best Poetry Book in the state for 2012.
April 16, 2013 Now Available:
Fall of ’33, by Gary Lee Entsminger & Susan Elizabeth Elliott
From the window of a train, riding west with her parents, 12-year-old Eva looks back—remembering the fall of 1933 on her family’s farm in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains: young love, her family’s ghostly past, stories of her Indian and mystical ancestry. The darkness of this historical period is balanced by the shining potential of the human imagination.
April 13, 2013 A Word’s Worth Review: “. . . taking readers on a real life journey through dark times and a mystical journey into the life of the spirit enhanced by "story," the stuff of survival. ”
April 22, 2013 Now Available:
Finely tuned meditations on war, nature, friends, love; cycles of light and dark, fear and hope. One must climb to get to the light; certainty is uncertain.
April 21, 2013 A Word’s Worth Review: “I closed the book with thoughts about Donald Hall’s evaluation of poetry: ‘Poems are not about anything because they are about everything.’ Michael Miller’s work encompasses that everything–love, war, the natural world ...”
May 15, 2013 Now Available:
Celebrating the Arts and Sciences with:
Poems by Kurt Heinzelman, Diane M. Moore, Dabney Stuart, Andrew Hudgins, Peter Waldor, Richard Cecil, Gary Hotham, & Chuck Taylor
Fiction by Gary L. Entsminger & Susan E. Elliott
Artwork by Mary Moran Miller & Julia K. Walton