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Shifting Light

i Apr 25th No Comments by

Hannah Mahoney

These skillfully crafted haiku are the product of sensitive observation of nature and of human relationships. Each poem is the distillation of a moment of sharp perception and is presented in a way that is suggestive rather than telling. On the whole, this collection reads as a meditation on what is most meaningful in life. Many of these poems will linger in your mind long after you close the pages of this book.

ISBN #978-1-7363467-6-1
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Miles Deep In A Drum Solo

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Cherie Hunter Day

A stunning collection that presents an expansive view of the haiku form. With subject matter ranging from natural images of redwoods and patterns of sand on the beach to bank balances, privacy settings, and unused data, these poems challenge the reader to ponder complex images and make intuitive rather than logical connections between them.
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my hands full of light

i Mar 17th No Comments by

Gideon Young

The poems in Gideon Young’s debut collection my hands full of light showcase grace and honesty that compel the reader to keep reading.

ISBN: #978-1-7363467-1-6
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The Years That Went Missing

i Aug 5th No Comments by

Susan Antolin

In The Years That Went Missing, Susan Antolin digs deeply into herself and her experience to carry readers through life’s seasons. Each poem contributes its own narrative tension as the book explores an undercurrent of medical and personal challenges — years that seemingly interrupted a professional career.

ISBN # 978-0-9994659-5-0
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Winner of the Backbone Press Haiku Chapbook Contest

The poems are consistently engaging while being honest and forthright, reaching, at last, for a reset button. We may be relieved to be done with the missing years, but value them also.

This One Life

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Renée Owen

In This One Life, Renée Owen offers four courses of poems that mark life’s ups and downs. The poet employs a palette of word spices to flavor a sometimes challenging poetic meal, ranging from celebrations of nature to the devastation of the California wild fires—but ending with hope.”

ISBN #978-0-9994659-7-4
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