May 5, 2014, A Word’s Worth Review: “... in this compelling collection of musings about love, survival, grief, history, and mortality, ... Miller expresses his insights in a clear, definitive voice. ” Read the Full Review
April 28, 2014, Now Available: In Passing by John N. Miller
Fine, poignant poems easy to read quickly but with the depth to encourage our return time and time again. John N. Miller’s meditations on family, childhood love, grief, mortality, history, and place take us deep into the heart of lives acutely observed. Whether he’s writing about war veterans coming home, fishing with his father, or old friends passed on, his voice is calm and clear, with hope and acknowledgment of what it means to be a thoughtful human being.
May 3, 2014, A Word’s Worth Review: “... she lives an ordinary, yet extraordinary, life during some of America's toughest seasons … [Zipp] has used her memories, experiences, and her imagination to shape a moving and unforgettable narrative.”
April 22, 2014, Now Available:
We see the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression through the eyes of a child in an Ohio steel mill town: splashing in a laundry tub to the rhythm of Mother's piano music; large red quarantine signs on neighborhood doors; no longer the glow from the blast furnaces with the mills shut down; and still Tarzan, Fred and Ginger at weekly matinées.
May 31, 2014, A Word’s Worth Review: “The poems probe the serious subject of mortality, love, marriage, and family, touching on the truth with good-humored intensity and expressing wisdom gained from past losses, as well as resilience in the face of fierce fear. ...” Read the Full Review
May 27, 2014, Now Available: Lifelines by Michael Miller
“I read Michael Miller’s poems with great pleasure in their accurate seeing, their assured phrasing, their true and proportionate feeling.”—RICHARD WILBUR
September 3, 2014, A Word’s Worth Review: “Pinyon Review ... has gained distinction as a little magazine that nurtures an eclectic group of writers and artists from various parts of the U.S. ...” Read the Full Review
August 25, 2014, Now Available: Pinyon Review Fall Issue WITH Poems by Barbara Schmitz, Gabriella M. Belfiglio, Britny Doane, Michael Miller, Muesser Yeniay, Jean Zipp, Gary Lee Entsminger, Deborah Bacharach, & W.P. Osborn; Fiction by Lisa Sandlin; Book Review by Diane M. Moore; and Art by Jay Friedenberg, David H. L. Burton, & Stan Honda
June 24, 2014, A Word’s Worth Review: “... a diversity of styles ... features the work of poets, writers, and artists that offers readers a glimpse of originality in those who choose to follow their play impulse. ...” Read the Full Review
Poems by Diane M. Moore, Gary Hotham, Ken Fontenot, Nancy Aldrich, David R. Cravens, Anne Carly Abad, Annette Barnes, Stuart Friebert, Jan Conn, Jim Reiss, Luci Shaw, John N. Miller, Chuck Taylor, Peter Waldor, Dabney Stuart, Michael Miller, Gary Lee Entsminger, & W.P. Osborn; Fiction by Paul Dickey & Neil Harrison; & Art by John Tomsick
February 16, 2015, Now Available:
Cordera’s lyric and prose poems are complemented by David Burton’s illustrations to create an imaginative world of animal lore. Through the eyes of the muse, Urania, and the creatures of the air embodied within the constellations—dove, owl, dragon, thunderbird, phoenix, and others—each poem relates stories and invokes the wisdom of our mythological pasts. The animals in Cordera’s constellations share the wonders, frailties, and concerns of humans, as in the title poem:
“… Unhurried / wings understand; waiting is letting / world's lost answers come to you.”
January 25, 2015, New Reading Guide for:
Written by Seth Burgett, Deric England, Jake Hook, Cori Hunt, and Makayla Schultz of John Brown University. Read the Guide.