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A LATE SPRING, AND AFTER By Robert B. Shaw
A LISTENING LIFE By Tracy Balzer
Meditations and stories from a life of paying attention.
ADOPTION By Victoria I. Sullivan
A speculative novel about of a race of polyploid humans.
AFTER EDEN By Diane Vreuls
AFTER THE INVOCATION By John N. Miller
ARCHAEOLOGY AT MIDNIGHT By Martha McFerren
AROMATICS By Robert B. Shaw
BACK IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM By Neil Harrison
BETWEEN QUESTION & ANSWER Selected Poems of Ute von Funcke
Translated by Stuart Friebert
CHANT OF DEATH By Diane M. Moore & Isabel Anders
A murder mystery set in a fictional Abbey in southern Louisiana.
EVERYTHING BARREN WILL BE BLESSED By Don Thompson
FALL OF '33 By Gary Entsminger & Susan Elliott
A sequel to Ophelia's Ghost, set in the Blue Ridge Mountains in 1933.
FIRST AND LAST WORDS By Stuart Friebert
Memoir & Stories
FLOATING HEART By Stuart Friebert
FOUR RAVENS By Gary Lee Entsminger
GREENBRIER FOREST By Dabney Stuart
HARVESTING FOG By Luci Shaw
HOW STILL THE RIDDLE By Francine Marie Tolf & Gale Tolf
Poems & Art
IN A KINGDOM OF BIRDS By Ken Fontenot
IN PASSING By John N. Miller
IN THE MIRROR By Michael Miller
INTIMACIES & OTHER DEVICES By Kurt Heinzelman
INTO THIS WORLD By Michael Miller
JUST A TRACE OF MOON By Ken Fontenot
LIFELINES By Michael Miller
MAGICAL, FANTASTICAL, ALPHABETICAL SOUP By Chuck Taylor
MAKING THE MOST OF WRITEITNOW 4 By Gary Entsminger & Susan Elliott
A guide to using WriteItNow writing software.
NEXT IN LINE By Annette Barnes
ONLY THE ONE SKY By Dabney Stuart
OPEN THE GATES By Dabney Stuart, Art by Susan Elliott
Poems for children and the young at heart, with lively watercolors.
OPHELIA'S GHOST By Gary Entsminger & Susan Elliott
A novel exploring Ancient Cultures, the Art of Memory, and the Moon.
PATH OF LIGHTNING By Barbara Schmitz
A Seeker's Jagged Journey
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 1, MAY 2012 By Multiple Contributors
Poetry, Fiction, Non-fiction, and Art
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 2, NOVEMBER 2012 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 3, MAY 2013 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 4, SEPTEMBER 2013 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 5, JUNE 2014 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 6, SEPT 2014 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 7, MAY 2015 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 8, NOV 2015 By Multiple Contributors
Poetry, Non-fiction, and Art
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 9, JUNE 2016 By Multiple Contributors
Poetry, Prose, and Art
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 10, NOV 2016 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 11, MAY 2017 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 12, OCTOBER 2017 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 13, JULY 2018 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 14, NOVEMBER 2018 By Multiple Contributors
PINYON REVIEW: NUMBER 15, MAY 2019 By Multiple Contributors
PRODIGAL By Francine Marie Tolf
REMEMBERING THE PARABLES By Gary Entsminger & Susan Elliott
Using the Art of Memory to remember the parables of Jesus.
SCANT HOURS Selected Poems of Elisabeth Schmeidel
SKY HARBOR By Miles Waggener
SPILLED MILK By Gary Hotham
STONE'S THROW By Gary Hotham
TABLES By Dabney Stuart
THE OLD COASTLINE Selected Poems of M. Vasalis
Translated by Fred Lessing & David Young
THE WILDERNESS POETRY OF WU XING By Peter Waldor
THE WORLD DOESN'T KNOW YOU By Tim Suermondt
TIME'S BODY By Dabney Stuart
TWO MILES WEST By Gary Lee Entsminger
WAKING IN THE DARK By Michael Miller
WHATEVER YOU MAY SAY By Kurt Heinzelman
WHERE THE WATERS TAKE YOU By Neil Harrison
WHY WATER PLANTS DON'T DROWN By Victoria Sullivan, Art by Susan Elliott
Survival Strategies of Aquatic & Wetland Plants
WIDOW ZION By Perle Besserman
A contemporary re-telling of the ancient biblical story of exile and return.
WINDOWS: LETTERS TO AYLA By Jean Zipp
WINGMAKERS By Britny Cordera, Art by David H. L. Burton
WIRES OVER THE HOMEPLACE By Paul Dickey
WRITEITNOW By Ravenshead Services
Creative writing software for novice and experienced writers.
YOU WHO MAKE THE SKY BEND By Lisa Sandlin, Art by Catherine Ferguson
Saints as archetypes of the human condition.