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Leaves on Frozen Ground
Céline Vaillancourt saw the untamed forest in shades of apprehension. But Edmund, her 11-year-old son,...
Help Me, Rhonda & Other Stories
The fourteen stories in this collection are roughly evenly divided between those set in Israel...
The Lighthouse
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No. 22 Pleasure City
A Japanese detective agency in Midwest America; a sex triangle with the vampish Angela at...
Stones into Bread
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On a quest to rescue his community from a fiery demise, possum and poet Zak,...
A collection of irreverent but definitely not irrelevant poetry by a master-student in the study of human psychology. D.G. Geis doesn't worry about smoothing out the hurt in Praise Music. And all done with a smart layer of philosophic thought--most definitely irreverent but not irrelevant.

"This sleight of hand / called life-- // the wives / we make disappear // and children / we pull out of hats. // The parents who, over time, / we saw painlessly in half // and the complicated knots / that untie themselves."
Praise Music

D.G. Geis
Praise Music
The Dog Who Ate the Vegetable Garden & Helped Save the Planet
Thirteen Ways of Crossing the Piazza: Collected Poems
Most Precious Blood
A Life Out of Whack: Confessions and Reflections of an Un-American All-American
Injuring Eternity: A Künstlerroman In Twenty-Six Cantos
A Day in June
Hard Candy / Pitch Roll Yaw
Rosemary Bluebell
Thirteen Heavens
Ten Letters to Montaigne