Poetry

Poetry Reading with Voices de la Luna: A Quarterly Literature and Arts Magazine

A Poetry Reading Featuring Poets from the New Issue
Thursday, July 14
5pm to 7pm 
 
 
 
 
 

Jay Harts, Contrary to Popular Belief

Jay Harts
Contrary to Popular Belief
Poetry Reading
 
 
 
 
 

Poets Laureate Poetry Reading

Poets Laureate Poetry Reading Event Featuring
Jenny Browne
Octavio Quintanilla

AWP Poetry Reading with Saint Julian Press

MARCH 4TH – TWIG BOOKSHOP READING – SAINT JULIAN PRESS

Readers include:

There Is Something About Being An Episcopalian By Ron Starbuck Cover Image
$12.00
ISBN: 9780996523172
Availability: Usually Ships in to Twig 1-5 Days
Published: Saint Julian Press, Inc. - July 1st, 2016

PRAISE for THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT BEING AN EPISCOPALIAN


Hunger for Salt By Elaine Fletcher Chapman, Ron Starbuck (Designed by) Cover Image
$16.80
ISBN: 9780998640419
Availability: Usually Ships in to Twig 1-5 Days
Published: Saint Julian Press, Inc. - May 11th, 2017

PRAISE for HUNGER FOR SALT


I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast By Melissa Studdard Cover Image
$12.00
ISBN: 9780988944763
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Published: Saint Julian Press, Inc. - April 30th, 2015

Melissa Studdard's high-flying, bold poetic language expresses an erotic appetite for the world: "this desire to butter and eat the stars," as she says, in words characteristically large yet domestic, ambitious yet chuckling at their own nerve.


Gloss By Wendy Barker, Peter Shefler (Artist) Cover Image
$16.00
ISBN: 9781732054257
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Published: Saint Julian Press, Inc. - January 15th, 2020

In a haunting and, ultimately, stunning, sequence of poems in varied lyrical forms, Wendy Barker's Gloss develops a narrative that poses questions about her mother's unusual, seemingly privileged, British background. The poems of this gripping book are punctuated by short syllabic meditations on a Chinese scroll picturing a lone man paddling up a long river toward mountains.


The Long Grass By Lisa Rhoades Cover Image
$16.00
ISBN: 9781732054288
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Published: Saint Julian Press, Inc. - February 1st, 2020

The poetry of a feminist woman of faith, The Long Grass counters the losses endemic to our broken lives--beset by climate change, childhood abuse, gender stereotype and inequity, death itself--with the reassuring persistence of the natural world and the enduring promise of human love.


Still-Life With God By Cynthia Atkins, Lisa Telling Kattenbraker (Artist), Ron Starbuck (Cover Design by) Cover Image
By Cynthia Atkins, Lisa Telling Kattenbraker (Artist), Ron Starbuck (Cover Design by)
$16.00
ISBN: 9781733023306
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Published: Saint Julian Press, Inc. - March 11th, 2020

Horizon of the Dog Woman By Rebecca Pelky, Monik Magdalena Geisel (Photographer), Ron Starbuck (Cover Design by) Cover Image
By Rebecca Pelky, Monik Magdalena Geisel (Photographer), Ron Starbuck (Cover Design by)
$16.00
ISBN: 9781732054264
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Published: Saint Julian Press, Inc. - January 17th, 2020

Horizon of the Dog Woman powerfully explores the strength of people, especially women, who struggle to find acceptance--in their bodies, in histories, in relationships, or in Indigeneity. These poems invoke the anxieties of outsiders, of those forced to reside in the liminal spaces of our society.


Dwelling: Poems By Aliki Barnstone Cover Image
$17.95
ISBN: 9781937679637
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Published: Sheep Meadow Press - October 4th, 2016

Praise for Aliki Barnstone


Poets of the Bible: From Solomon's Song of Songs to John's Revelation By Willis Barnstone (Translated by) Cover Image
By Willis Barnstone (Translated by)
$35.00
ISBN: 9780393243895
Availability: Special Order
Published: W. W. Norton & Company - June 27th, 2017

“The vividness and beauty of the language emerge in a fresh way . . . with evocative simplicity.” —Robert Alter, professor emeritus of Hebrew and comparative literature, University of California, Berkeley


Pulp Sonnets By Tony Barnstone, Amin Mansouri (Artist) Cover Image
$10.00
ISBN: 9781936797622
Availability: Special Order
Published: Tupelo Press - September 1st, 2015

Poetry. Art. Improvising on the tropes of classic pulp fiction, including genres like crime noir, horror, sci-fi, superhero, espionage, and vigilante, Tony Barnstone's audacious new poems are counterpointed by the mischievous (and blood-splattered) ink drawings of Iranian artist Amin Mansouri.


D. Ellis Phelps and Friends, Through Layered Limestone: Texas Hill Country: An Anthology of Place

About the Poets:
Kate Bremer, Marisol Cortez,  Rohn Bayes, Judi Youngers, Tina Mollie Fisher, Patricia Keoughan, Cassie Wedding, Sarah Colby, Michael Vecchio, Ruth McArthur,  Charlie Whipple,  Carol Coffee Reposa,  Cindy Huyser,  d. ellis phelps

Jim Lavilla-Havelin and Friends, Enchantment of the Ordinary

ENCHANTMENT OF THE ORDINARY, edited by John Gorman, features poems which celebrate objects, the things around us in the voices of almost 100 poets. Readers will include SA poets, Linda Simone, Jeanie Sanders, and Jim LaVilla-Havelin, as well as poets from Austin, the Hill Country, and some from Houston.

Poetry Reading with Aby Kaupang and Octavio Quintanilla

Nos (Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified) By Aby Kaupang, Matthew Cooperman Cover Image
$18.00
ISBN: 9780996002578
Availability: Special Order
Published: Futurepoem - October 1st, 2018

Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Disability Studies. Parenting. Autism. Collaboration. Docu-poetics. We think we know how our lives should be; we know how words fit together in a sentence. We use tests and benchmarks, charts and graphs, rules and spell-checks, to affirm these truths. Maya--the little girl at the center of this book--confounds such ways of knowing.


If I Go Missing By Octavio Quintanilla Cover Image
$15.95
ISBN: 9780941720359
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Slough Press - April 10th, 2014

An astonishing debut, If I Go Missing is timely, fearless, and necessary. In these poems, Octavio Quintanilla measures displacement with language and grapples with the longing to begin anew, to return to what was left unsaid, undone. Redemption is not always possible in the geography of these poems, but there is always a sense of hope.


D. Ellis Phelps and Friends, The Larger Geometry: Poems for Peace

Poets appearing:

Carol Coffee Reposa, Texas State Poet Laureate
Jim LaVilla Havelin, San Antonio Express News Poetry Editor
Patricia Spears Bigelow
Robert Okaji
Jeannie Sanders
Michael Vecchio
Rachel Clark
Rebecca Raphael
d. ellis phelps
And
Brianna Martinez, Texas State University student & flutist will play musical interludes

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