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I Meant to Tell You

by Noona O'Riley, 100 pages, $9.95 softbound, plus shipping. Also available on amazon.com

 

 

For the first time, Noona O'Riley, a much loved poet from southern Colorado, has set down on paper the poems she has composed and shared for many years in the bardic tradition of simply speaking them into being, and keeping them alive through repetition and performance.

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Maybe a Sonnet

by Lito Tejada-Flores, 164 pages, $12.95 softbound, plus shipping. Also available on amazon.com

 

 

The world condensed into fourteen lines—

Lito's sonnets are often poems of place, from the Rocky Mountains to the Andes of Patagonia, but they are also full of questions, provocative footnotes on our times.

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Looking South to Lone Cone

by Art Goodtimes, 60 pages, $5.95 softbound, plus shipping. Also available on amazon.com

 

 

In Looking South to Lone Cone, Art Goodtimes shares his deep connection with the Western Slope of the Rockies, the high mesa country where Colorado slopes off toward Utah, the rhythms and the seasons of Cloud Acre, that acre of irrigated wetlands he’s called home for 20 years.

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Still Crazy in Love

by Lito Tejada-Flores, 80 pages, $9.95 softbound, plus shipping. Also available on amazon.com

 

 

 

Poems written for Linde Waidhofer on three continents, over three decades; and even in three languages if you count a couple in French and one in Spanish.

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Rooting for Humanity

by Richard Johnston, 74 pages, $9.95 softbound, plus shipping. Also available on amazon.com.

 

 

A collection of poetry by Richard Johnston ranging from the personal to the planetary. As a history professor and inveterate globe trotter, Johnston has spent a lifetime reflecting on mankind's follies. His poetry spares no one, no creed, no doctrine, but still manages to celebrate elemental and abiding human passions and delights.

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