Author: Mary Susannah Robbins
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A collection of poems written during the author's years at Vassar.
Mary S. Robbins holds a weighted soul and I am blessed to have been privileged enough to have passed her by and smelled her holy scent! I am humbled and amazed of her gift to quicken to life her soul into a real living and breathing 'real'...THANK YOU MARY!
This reminds me of Whitman in its vivid grounding to nature. Loved it.
These prose sketches and stories are a swirling kaleidoscope of memory and fantasy, in which the most concrete and telling details of everyday experience swir...
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First published in November 2017, Yoni Schwartzman’s “Stones, Seas, and Memories” is the second installment in a series of his collective literatures since th...
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A poetry collection imbued with themes from ancient mythology, moral polemics, and apocalyptic eschatology.
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Short, but sweet. This is a book of poetry about the Divine and nature.
Things aren’t always so black or white. They aren’t always so well defined or clear cut. Angels can be devils and vice versa. Darkness can contain light and l...