Julie A. Sellers is the author of Kindred Verse: Poems Inspired by Anne of Green Gables (Blue Cedar Press, 2021) and the novel Ann of Sunflower Lane (Meadowlark Press, 2022), a Finalist for the High Plains Book Award. She has
AVALANCHE: A Survival Guide, a new collection of powerful and beautiful poems by Edward Harkness. Publication date is August 15 but you can pre-order now. The book costs $20. Mr. Harkness has put together poems that are full of the
Date 27.04.2023. For years we had the honor of hosting the author of the poetry book “An incident that might lead to something” and many others, Michael Poag, who brought us closer to ourselves and our surroundings. He is, so
Book 1: PEACE is a fascinating chronicle of his work to obtain amnesty for Vietnam war resisters: draft refusers, military “deserters” and the tens of thousands of veterans who had been given “undesirable discharges” without trial. Lynn went on to
Lies I’ve Heard or Told “Lies I’ve Heard or Told is on the outside a small book, but on the inside it stretchesfrom Kansas to Scotland to Bosnia and back again. Poage is an acute observerand an unusually cosmopolitan writer—he
A new poetry book is born!! Blue Cedar Press announces the publication of WHY DOES SHE ALWAYS TALK ABOUT HER HUSBAND? by David Romanda. Mr. Romanda is a Canadian citizen and has lived in Japan for the past 17 years.
Two of our authors presented their new books Dec 1. Dr. Reginald Jarrell’s book 31 Days [Nights]: Memoir of Living Black in America is a series of short essays about his life here in Wichita and across the U.S. A
The best “blurb” I have ever seen advocating for the reading of a book is the following: ‘Read these poems.’ Stephen Spender’s “blurb” on the back cover of COLLECTED POEMS 1945 – 1990 by the Welsh poet, R. S. Thomas.