Authors: Nancy Talley, Sandra Chaplain Bailey, Carla Traylor Griswold,
Tim Hulley, Marika Thompson, Dana Gerringer, and Heidi Sauer
KotaPress proudly presents the resulting book of the first ever KotaPress
Anthology Contest! This 170-page, perfect-bound book features amazing
works that you just have to read-- these are some of the most powerful
contemporary voices in the poetic world. Check it out!
Artist: Darryl Henry Jedlowski - Piano, Keyboards
Keith Robert O'Neill - Bass, Lead Vocal
Roy Campbell - Drums
Joyce O'Neill Voigt - Vocals
Carol O'Neill Schachter - Vocals
Premiere collection from this fabulous East Coast band. You have to check
out this smooth jazzy sound for yourself. Available internationally thru
We are proud to present this new, young writer, Ms. Bethany Jones, with
her very first collection of poetry. If you are a teenager, have a teen
at home, work with teens, or are still a teenager at heart, you will want
to read this insightful collection.
Each poem is a piece of the whole puzzle of Complexions. When you put
all the pieces together, you find an amazing look into one writer's world
as he opens himself to Life.
If you are involved in education at any level, you will want to read this
concise book about equality (or inequality, as the case may be) in our
classrooms today. Don't miss out on Clemons' experience and insight
as offered here!
If you have any ear at all, even the teeny-tiny-est little-itty-bit of
a liking for blues and jazz, YOU MUST OWN THIS ONE!
Talley's poems detail the moments in Life's journey that make us all laugh,
sigh, and sometimes shed tears. Don't miss this one!
This poetic drama was born out of an email conversation and looks closely
at homelessness and mental illness in our society.
By B. Jaime
These poems examine the everyday occurrences we usually take for granted
and leaves the reader seeing something new in every detail.
This collection is the narrative story of meeting a soul mate and a child-to-be.
A narrative of one family's experience of pregnancy and still-birth showing
how the death of a child affects a woman, a marriage, a family, and a
Mrs. Duck and The Woman is a story about the loss of a child and how to
start over again after that loss.