Bernadette Dickenson / A Natural LIfe
Picaro Poets 9781761096648
Adriana K. Wood / Twisted Sisters
Alysson was raised to believe in a sisterhood of women. She is plunged into a world where the ‘sisters’ are twisted.
Carol Patterson / Vanishing Point
In these stories, there is a voice of wisdom, a voice of experience, a voice of clarity.
Colleen Keating / From the Dust of Stars
Pocket Poets 216
Laurie Brady / Five Ordinary Men
Taken together, these varied stories present a wide range of insights into the human condition.
Karen Throssell / Appetite
There is much to be discovered and much to smile at in this important and highly accessible book.
Geoffery Aitken / No Laughing Matter
Pocket Poets 215
Carolyn Masel / Singing in Each Cell
Picaro Poets 9781761096587
Alice Wanderer / Flow
Picaro Poets 9781761096570
John Watson / Pluralities of Worlds
Picaro Poets 9781761096532
Wendell Watt / Tomorrow We May Walk On Clouds
Wendell Watt's poems take inspiration from the natural world, and reflect on a range of life experiences and the humorous absurdities that crop up along the way.
Geoffrey Lilburne / The Poetry of Farming
This collection is the outcome of over three decades of reflection and writing about the joys and sorrows of a small farmer.
John Harper / Belfast Boy
These poems have been a lifetime in the making. A lifetime filled with love, joy, work, longing and loss.
Judith O'Connor / War Is Not Suitable For Children
Stories of laughter and tears.
Tarla Kramer / Tango of the Widow
In her first full-length collection of poetry, Tarla Kramer recounts the final days of her husband’s life and her long journey of grief as a mother with four young children.
Ron Heard & Sue Schindler / A Life Deserves Nine Cats
The poems and artwork capture, with grace, agility and wit, the mysterious wiles of cats and the charmed lives they lead with their human companions.
John Watson / Chinese Poems
Picaro Poets 9781761096471
Helen Lyne / Performance Poems
Pocket Poets 214
Joshua Merten / Harnett Lane
Harnett Lane is Joshua Merten’s debut collection of poetry, which speaks to a newfound intimacy with a city, grotesque and quietly vibrant.
Graeme Hetherington / The Persistence of History
The majority of poems in The Persistence of History describe Graeme Hetherington’s engagement with David Keeling’s paintings.