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A Schizo-Philosopher's Colouring Book
A Schizo-Philosopher's Colouring Book is a playful experiment in what the philosopher Gilles Deleuze might...
The Shining Fragments
The Shining Fragments is a family saga about the Irish in Canada that explores the ramifications...
Daring to Dream: A Handbook for Hope in the Time of Trump
Throughout human history, great and free nations have been built on noble dreams. Recently, in...
Eye
Myth, folklore, and magic permeate the stories in Marianne Micros' collection Eye. Set in ancient...
Stones into Bread
This is a book about a small Southern Italian village and its offshoots in Toronto....
A Life Out of Whack: Confessions and Reflections of an Un-American All-American
Part memoir of the author's early life--including his experience as a New York City cop...
The poems in The Massacre Confirmed Our Worst Suspicions were written over a 25-year period between about 1993 and 2018. They were written as they came to me. Where they came from I have no idea. Something strikes me, bugs me for a period of time, and gets written as a kind of relief. The poems seem, to me, to be a curious mixture of whimsy, longing and outrage about the passage of time, memory, relics, unrequited love and death. Most of them, if not all, are more or less objective, or attempt to be. This is because of a...

"This poetry of mine / is a large estate / I will never own. / It is a Rolls-Royce / I will never drive. / It is a Paris apartment / for a woman half my age. / It is a cellar of vintages / I will never drink. /... "
The Massacre Confirmed Our Worst Suspicions
A Rogue's Decameron
Portrait of a husband with the ashes of his wife
Ramya's Treasure
Praise Music
In The Backyard: Relearning the Art of Aging, Dying and Making Love
Vigil Poems
The Missing Field
The Anarchist Banker: A new Interpretation and a new English Translation with the original Portuguese Edition
Infrangible
Flesh
Learning to Miss
I Sleep in the Arms of Your Eyes