The Italian Prisoner Signed!

1943. New Orleans. Rose Marino lives with her Sicilian immigrant parents and helps in the family grocery store. Her older brother and sister both joined the Army, and Rose prays for their safety as World War II rages overseas.

Her parents expect Rose to marry a local boy and start a family. But she secretly dreams of being more like her fiercely independent widowed godmother. Behind her parents' back, Rose lands a job at the shipyard, where she feels free and important for the first time in her life.

Singing Waters: A Selection of Haiku, Senryu, and Haibun Signed!

Singing Waters is a selection of over 100 of Johnette Downing's previously published haiku, senryu, and haibun in one volume.


"These are healing poems, menders of the broken bones we have made of East and West, body and spirit, craft and art, song and prayer. In these poems, Insight is everything." -- Darrell Bourque, Louisiana Poet Laureate, 2007-2011

Under Capitalism if Your Head Aches They Just Yank Off Your Head Signed!

Ariel Francisco reaches into family history, Latin American history, and US history in order to disrupt one’s typical understanding of what American poetry can do. From the Bronx to the Dominican Republic to Guatemala, the poems in this collection trace and retrace origins, lineages, and the missteps and fractures that complicate what it means to be a first generation Latinx-American in a country so dedicated to silencing, violence, and erasing the past.

Nic Blake and the Remarkables!

Internationally bestselling superstar author Angie Thomas makes her middle grade debut with the launch of an inventive, hilarious, and suspenseful new contemporary fantasy trilogy inspired by African American history and folklore.

It’s not easy being a Remarkable in the Unremarkable world. Some things are cool—like getting a pet hellhound for your twelfth birthday. Others, not so much—like not being trusted to learn magic because you might use it to take revenge on an annoying neighbor.


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