Jamaica Pond Poets
Metaphorically speaking....since 1995
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The River and the Lakes
 by Dorothy Derifield
  • published in 2010
  • 27 pages
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Price  $ 8.00
Death of Teaticket Hardware
 by Alice Kociemba
  • Published in 2009.
  • 41 pages
  • Using memory and humor to celebrate people and place, Alice Kociemba's chapbook, Death of Teaticket Hardware, creates lasting portraits of city scenes and Cape Cod life.  "She is the best storyteller I have ever heard", says a reader of her work.
  • All of the proceeds from sales of this book help fund the Calliope Poetry Reading Series.
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Price  $ 8.00
Samsara
 by Jennifer Markell
  • Published in 2014 by Word Tech Communications.
  • 80 pages
  • SAMSARA, from the Sanskrit, refers to the ever-turning wheel of life. Themes of circularity and renewal pervade these poems: an ailing neighbor watches kite surfers "turn their bodies into wind;" love is reborn at the circus; bicycle wheels spin circles into fields. Throughout, Markell seeks out currents that connect us to the natural world and to each other in the circular universe. Whether describing a spotted salamander discovered under a fallen log or speculating on "nomadic atoms" that become the dusty shtetl of ancestors, SAMSARA vividly conveys a sense of wonder that entices the reader to step onto the wheel and savor what they find.
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Price  $ 16.95
Having Listened
 by Gary Whited
  • Published in 2013 by Homebound Publications
  • 106 pages
  • Having Listened offers a collection of poems that speak from the confluence of a childhood on the prairie remembered and an encounter with the haunting voice of Parmenides echoing across 2500 years.
  • Winner of the 2013 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize
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Price  $ 16.95
Open Letters
 by Carolyn Gregory
  • Published in 2009 by Windmill Editions.
  • 82 pages
  • Poems addressed to friends and about themes of addiction, loss and social change.
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Price  $ 12.00
Every State Has Its Own Light
 by Sandra Storey
  • Published in 2014 by Word Poetry Imprint of WordTech Communications
  • 114 pages
  • Finalist May Swensen Poetry Award
  • "Every State Has It's Own Light is a radiant collection of poems. Open it and you will come under its spell." - Mark Pawlak
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Price  $ 19.00
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