The Long Way Home | The Best Of the Little Red Book Series | 1998 – 2008 | E-Book

This sturdy series of little ‘books’ has been compared to the Pocket Poets series begun in the early 60s by City Lights Publishing and continues to delight audiences with the powerful imagery of the writers selected. As Laurel Speer (Beatlick News) wrote: “You can carry a Little Red Book in your coat pocket along with a passport. The passport will take you out of the country. The book will transport you out into the galaxy.” Continue reading

Down This Crooked Road | Modern Poetry From The Road Less Traveled | Lummox Press | E-Book

Some of these poems have been previously published in these magazines: 2 River View, AntiMuse, Blue Collar Review, Chiron Review, Concrete Meat Press, FIRE, Flashquake, Gnome, Guerilla Poetics Project, Instant Pussy, Lunatic Chameleon, Meat , Naked Knuckle, New York Quarterly, Outsider Writers, Over The Transom, Poems For All, Red Hills Review, Remark, Underground Voices, Word Riot, Words Dance, Zygote in My Coffee, Dogmatika, Coffee House Poetry #6, Broadside #12; A little poetry, Hecale, Forget You Books, Zeitgeist Press, Flashquake, Raw Art Press, Beat Museum , Word Riot, AntiMuse, Kendra Steiner Editions, Sisters of the Page, Rusty Truck… We also apologize to any magazines we may have forgotten to mention. Continue reading

Todd Moore | The Riddle Of The Wooden Gun | Lummox Press | E-Book

“Violent, raw and riddled with humor, in time, Todd Moore’s 44 magnum opus Dillinger will take its place in the American literary canon as one of the greatest. A longtime small press hero, Moore’s gunshot staccato cannot be rivaled, there simply is no other. Literary outlaw and maverick poet, Todd Moore is a leader of the new romantic, a visionary wordslinger cut from the same bloody cloth as Cormac McCarthy.” — S.A. Griffin
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Michael Adams | Steel Valley | Lummox Press | E-Book

You can feel with all senses the steel wheels of Mike Adams’ Pennsylvania steel mill and railroad boyhood pulse in every word; his clear, generous breaths open the heart to the wide expanses of the poet writing down his life… It is hard to find a geography worth its weight in memory that doesn’t resonate with the blood and spirit of its inhabitants. Steel Valley is fine writing, epic and intimate. —John Macker

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