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101 Fabulous Dairy-Free Desserts Eve

101 Fabulous Dairy-Free Desserts Eve

by Hall, Annette Pia

50,000,000 Americans suffer from lactose intolerance (the inability to digest milk sugar). Millions more suffer from an allergy to dairy products. And many more are deciding to reduce or eliminate dairy products from their diet...

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42 Merzgedichte

42 Merzgedichte

by Low, Jackson Mac

Written in memory of the German collagist, painter, sculptor, and writer, Kurt Schwitters (who referred to all of his works as Merz; a syllable taken from the advertisement for the Kommerzund Privatbank and included in all his earliest assemblages), this is a series of visually arresting verbal collages from America s foremost experimental poet of the last 30 years...

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ABUSED

ABUSED

by Parrish, Dee Anna

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ACUPUNCTURE

ACUPUNCTURE

by Fleischman, Dr. Gary

If you have ever been treated by an acupuncturist and want to understand what it is all about, or if you are curious about whether acupuncture might work for you or someone you love, here is a straight-forward presentation of the basic facts about acupuncture in an easy-to-follow and easy-to-understand Question and Answer Format...

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AEGIS

AEGIS

by Corman, Cid

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AINU DREAMS

AINU DREAMS

by Quasha, George

In Ainu Dreams, poet George Quasha and buun, a Japanese artist living in America, collaborate in poetically manifesting the artist's richly articulated dream-life. These eighty-odd poems embody an ever-opening cosmos of curious image, surprising narrative, and enigmatic teaching in a language no one could have dreamed up alone...

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Altar Pieces

Altar Pieces

by Rothenberg, Jerome

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America a Prophecy

America a Prophecy

by Quasha, George

When Thoreau wrote in his Journal in 1841, Good poetry seems so simple and natural a thing that when we meet it we wonder that all men are not always poets, and when Whitman describes Leaves of Grass as a language experiment, they are expressing an approach to poetry that never ceased and has grown continuously during recent decades...

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Angel's Task

Angel's Task

by Patton, Laurie

Laurie Patton's Poems in Biblical Time give contemplative voice to the reading cycle of the Jewish year. Replete with ancient imagery coming alive in the language of the present, each poem weaves scripture into everyday life while refocusing a single Biblical moment. In her vision here, angels are also messengers sent to earth with a single piece of work to accomplish...

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ARCANA MUNDI

ARCANA MUNDI

by Harrison, Jan

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Archipelago

Archipelago

by Siegel, Alana

Archipelago is a pilgrimage into the origins of language, a single poem at once descent and flight, where words are wings or gates: organs, entrances, questioned so as to be permitted by hidden meanings into hidden lands...

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ASKING FOR THE EARTH

ASKING FOR THE EARTH

by George, James

Asking for the Earth was first released in 1995 after the author led the international mission to Kuwait to assess damages from Operation Desert Storm. This book is even more timely today as we face the possibility of further warfare and destruction...

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Awareness Inside Language

Awareness Inside Language

by Quasha, George

Awareness Inside Language is the most comprehensive discussion of poet-artist George Quasha’s “axial poetics” as it plays out in his work of the past twenty years, called “preverbs,” represented in four published volumes: Verbal Paradise, Things Done for Themselves, The Daimon of the Moment, and Glossodelia Attract...

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The Ballad of Sara and Thor

The Ballad of Sara and Thor

by McCarron, Andrew

What do you do, moving through the fraught transition into adulthood, when the only unified world you’ve ever known breaks apart and you have to do something magical and quick before its fragments vanish forever?  Composed as a novella, The Ballad of Sara and Thor is at once a morality tale, murder story, and psychological true-detective exploration of the motivations and...

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BEING FORM'D

BEING FORM'D

by Bracher, Mark

This exemplary philosophical reading of Milton is going to make a tremendous change in Blake's criticism. It will take a while to digest, and critics without a firm grounding in philosophy will find it difficult to follow some of the time...

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BLACK MIRROR

BLACK MIRROR

by Gilbert-Lecomte, Roger

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BLOOMSDAY

BLOOMSDAY

by Maclow, Jackson

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BRAMBU DREZI

BRAMBU DREZI

by Berry, Jake

Brambu Drezi is a deep reading of late twentieth-century mind. Along with Black Mountain poetry, Beat poetry is one of its antecedents, and Beat poet John Wieners might well have been prophesying this poem when he wrote, Poetry is a trance of make-believe.a condition of gradual loss / of reality until there's only left / this shattering of the world...

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BRILLIANT SILENCE

BRILLIANT SILENCE

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BRILLIANT SILENCE

BRILLIANT SILENCE

by Holst, Spencer

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BROOKLYN BRIDGE

BROOKLYN BRIDGE

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CALL STEPS

CALL STEPS

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Cartographies of Silence

Cartographies of Silence

by Vatne, Erik

Cartographies of Silence comprises over 100 untitled poem fragments-what the poet calls 'unconscious interruptions'-that navigate maps of being/non-being, writing/speaking/thinking, to reveal the mind-body experience where silence meets language...

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CHILDMADE

CHILDMADE

by Gregory, Cynde

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CHINA BEACH

CHINA BEACH

by Matlin, David

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CHYMICAL COOK

CHYMICAL COOK

by Bremyer, Jay

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COAT OF ARMS-STATIONHILL

COAT OF ARMS-STATIONHILL

by Tysh, Chris

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COLERIDGE'S ANCIENT MARINER

COLERIDGE'S ANCIENT MARINER

by Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

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COLLECTED POEMS OF ROSE DRACHLER

COLLECTED POEMS OF ROSE DRACHLER

by Drachler, Rose

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Corona

Corona

by Celan, Paul

Paul Celan, arguably the mid-20th century's most important German-language poet, is commonly pigeonholed as a poet of the Holocaust-a term, however, he never used. Undoing facile assumptions about Celan, Corona charts a more idiosyncratic and personal path through Celan's large oeuvre, choosing 103 poems from among the more than 900 Celan published...

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Crazy Louise

Crazy Louise

by Levi, Louise Landes

Louise Landis Levi’s Crazy Louise (or la Conversazione Sacra) is a deliberate departure—both from the formal construction of her previous works & from her focus on early (medieval) forms of feminine process & liberation ( Sweet on My Lips: the Love Poems of Mira Bai)...

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Crazy Wisdom Tales for Dead Heads

Crazy Wisdom Tales for Dead Heads

by Keeney, Bradford

Crazy Wisdom Tales for Dead Heads takes aim at readers who are captivated by trickster and prankster stories with a deep resonance and the scent of enlightenment. In a tradition with Ken Kesey's Merry Pranksters of the 60's, the Guide is a collection of magical, mystical, entertaining, and amusingly bizarre stories...

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  • Altar Pieces
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  • Angel's Task
  • ARCANA MUNDI
  • Archipelago
  • ASKING FOR THE EARTH
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  • BEING FORM'D
  • BLACK MIRROR
  • BLOOMSDAY
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Station Hill of Barrytown, established in 1977 by George Quasha and Susan Quasha, is an independent publisher whose mission is to challenge and expand conceptions of human possibility. Innovative works in human alternatives have been published in the arts, particularly in poetry and literature (including fiction, non-fiction, and criticism) and contemporary art and music; philosophies and practices of conscious living (including studies in Buddhism/Dzogchen/Zen and Jewish esotericism); alternative health and healing (including acupuncture, bodywork, oriental medicine, mind-body therapies, and cooking); and social and ecological studies.

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