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Cover for DAINGERFIELD ISLAND by John Adam Wasowicz. A stylistic illustration: Silhouetted against water is a floating body, presumably dead. The deceased wears a dress and a distinct necklace, the latter of which is not in silhouette.

Daingerfield Island – John Adam Wasowicz – 2017

Cover of ReUNIONS by Donald Richardson. Cover is mostly blank, with the sketch of a man with his back slightly turned toward us. His posture is relaxed; his hands are in his pockets, his sleeves rolled up, and he appears to be reflecting on his life. A signature of the artist, Bob Callahan, is prominently figured beside the man. TEXT reads: ReUNIONS: New and Selected Poems by Donald Richardson.

ReUNIONS – Donald Richardson – 2017

The horizon of a sea stretches out before us. Below the image reads: The Light of the Sun Become Sea, Peter Weltner

The Light of the Sun Become Sea – Peter Weltner – 2017

Cover Image: Two people in marriage attire walk down a street crowded with houses. They walk away from us. TEXT: WHAT THE WAKING SEE, New and Selected Poems by J. Tarwood

What the Waking See – J. Tarwood – 2017

Cover image of THREE DAYS WITH THE LONG MOON, a collection of poems by Adrian Koesters. A full moon shines over silhouetted treetops.

Three Days with the Long Moon – Adrian Koesters – 2017

Cover for Aaron Axhoj Bond's poetry collection, IN GRAY. Features old family photographs clipped to a line strung across the cover. The photographs are presented in color, while the background they are hung against is in grayscale.

In Gray – Aaron Axhoj Bond – 2016

Text-Only Book Cover. Text: NOT A SEPARATE SURGE, New and Selected Poems 1984-2015, Richard J. Fein

Not a Separate Surge – Richard J. Fein – 2016

The Return of What’s Been Lost – Peter Weltner – 2016

Cover of LOVE IS YES by Donald H. Richardson, Jr. - A young child looks through a stone archway to see a gorgeous waterway cutting through lush hills. Below the image lies the text of the title and author.

Love Is Yes – Donald Richardson – 2015

A Green Isle In the Sea, Love – Elisabeth Stevens – 2015

Cover for WHY AM I TELLING YOU THIS? AND OTHER POEMS FROM PSYCHOTHERAPY by Brad Sachs, Ph.D. An illustration of a somber person in deep reflection. Their posture suggests they are closing themselves off to others.

Why Am I Telling You This? – Brad Sachs – 2015

Cover for STONE ALTARS by Peter Weltner. A lone statue, or perhaps even a person locked in the stillness of meditation, is surrounded by water which reflects only this figure. A ring of stone keeps this calm water from spilling out into the surrounding hazy clouds.

Stone Altars – Peter Weltner – 2015

Cover for AMERICAN NOCTURNE by Elisabeth Stevens. ILLUSTRATION: A sun sits on the horizon, casting a barn and its companion silo in shadow.

American Nocturne – Elisabeth Stevens – 2015

Cover of the novel APPLE OF SODOM: AN AMERICAN WOMAN'S JOURNEY IN JORDAN by Mary Hoffman. An archway of weathered bricks frames the cover, and the path winding through the arch leads us to a blue sky dusted with cotton-like clouds.

Apple of Sodom – Mary Hoffman – 2015

Cover for THE WHEEL OF LIGHT by Hope Coulter. IMAGE: An abstract spiral turns in on itself, calling to mind both a conch shell and the turn of light in spacetime.

The Wheel of Light – Hope Coulter – 2015

Cover for ABOVE ALL THINGS: POEMS AND DRAWINGS by Gary Blankenburg. IMAGE DESC: an almost Impressionist illustration of a daytime countryside landscape.

Above All Things – Gary Blankenburg – 2015

Cover for SMELL OF SALT, GHOST OF RAIN by P. Ivan Young. A photo: a crustacean sits on a beach, with calm waters and a blue sky behind them.

Smell of Salt, Ghost of Rain – P. Ivan Young – 2015

Cover for The UPPITY BLIND GIRL POEMS by Kathi Wolfe by Kathi Wolfe (WINNER, Stonewall Chapbook Competition). Image: A collection of vases sits on a table. Artistically rendered, the vases appear to be almost cubist mosaics, yet the perspective is that of a still life.

The Uppity Blind Girl Poems – Kathi Wolfe – 2015

Cover for A BETTER HOUSE FOR RITCHIE: A PLAY IN ONE ACT by Louie Crowder. Image: A painted portrait of a bearded man holding a large book.

A Better House for Ritchie – Louie Crowder – 2013

Cover image is in Black & White style to denote age/the past. Two young children, play and run in opposite directions, one heading for us, one away from us. They seem to be among a fenced garden. At the bottom of the image is this text: MANY PARISHES, poems by Adrian Koesters.

Many Parishes – Adrian Koesters – 2013

Cover for GLTTL STP, Poems by Doritt Carroll. A colorful illustration of a person smiling and touching their face.

GLTTL STP – Doritt Carroll – 2013

Cover for YIDDISH GENESIS, essays by Richard Fein. Artistic depiction of a figure carrying a meeker, limp figure. A third figure could be discerned coming out of the shadows.

Yiddish Genesis – Richard Fein – 2012

THE REAL DEAL, the book's title, presented in large, red and blue letters against a white background. Miriam N. Kotzin's name is along the bottom. Beneath the patriotic title is a wooden nickel bearing the side-portrait of a Native American leader.

The Real Deal – Miriam N. Kotzin – 2012

Ghetto Medic – Rachel Hennick – 2012

Cover for THE NIGHT BALLERINA by Warren Meredith Harris. An illustrated side-profile of a ballerina contemplates their next move whilst standing before a window.

The Night Ballerina – Warren Meredith Harris – 2012

Cover for EPITAPHS FOR THE POETS by Wesli Court. Image is a portrait of renowned poet and playwright, Christopher Marlowe.

Epitaphs for the Poets – Wesli Court – 2012

A snow-covered window overlooks a neighborhood. Police tape across the the cover reads: NEEDS.

NEEDS – Clarence Brown – 2012

Impossible Interludes – Elisabeth Stevens – 2011

Cover for IN CAVES, poems by Doritt Carroll. Image shows an abstract representation of a cave.

In Caves – Doritt Carroll – 2010

Cover for THE KIT POEMS by Jan-Mitchell Sherrill. The silhouette of a person in a long coat, almost noir style, is anchored to the left half of the image. We are not shown the person's face.

The Kit Poems – Jan-Mitchell Sherrill – 2007

Cover for Brad Sachs' IN THE DESPERATE KINGDOM OF LOVE. Cover Image: An illustrated portrait of a bearded person with a somber expression. A heart symbol sits on their chest.

In the Desperate Kingdom of Love – Brad Sachs – 2004

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