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Made in Italy
A tough and poignant novel that tells us the uncompromising story of Nora Moratti. The...
Snow Drifts, I Sing: Selected Poems
Juhan Liiv (1864-1913) has the same significance for Estonian culture that Federico García Lorca and...
The Death of André Breton
The Death of Andre Breton is fiction which reads like a detective novel. The suspense,...
Interviews with the Phoenix
Translated from the French by Daniel Sloate, with an introduction and preface by Fulvio Caccia....
The Perfect Archive
At the core of the dry and purposeful language of Library Science and the Rules...
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster: Selected Aphorisms
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster is the first book of Maria Luisa Spaziani's...
This book is a collaborative work of Ted Goodden's ceramic sculptures and Cornelia Hoogland's poems. Specifically, they are responding through image and text to the 64 hexagrams contained in the ancient book of wisdom, the I Ching, or Book of Changes. Cosmic Bowling's calm weather lands in the midst of twitter storms in which everybody wants to start a conversation. Here's a conversation -- facilitated through visual art and poetry -- that's been going on for three millennia, one that asks the perennial question: How should we live now?

"At birth we're turned loose into a moving field. / Endless adjustments as we position and reposition / ourselves, like geese in erratic flight // seeking permission to land. The desire to belong, / this flock-movement that so engages. The line drive, when it comes / at you, hard. The... "
Cosmic Bowling

Cornelia Hoogland, Ted Goodden
Cosmic Bowling
Ten Letters to Montaigne
The Daughter of Christopher Columbus
Writing Our Way Home
Stones into Bread
Molisan Poems: Selected Poems
Breathing Underwater
We Come From The Same Light
God's Zoo
Dreaming Our Space
America: La fortune d'un nom
The Courage of Poetry