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I Dreamed My People Were Calling But I Couldn't Find My Way Home ISBN: 0-9658303-1-0 Poetry, $30.00 At the heart of "I Dreamed My People Were Calling But I Couldn't Find My Way Home" are the stories Simmons tells from his easel --stories of life and love told with passion and at the same time, bittersweet poignancy. "Like corn flakes/for breakfast/the past never/exiting quietly" this extraordinary coffee table book is one that should be in everyone's collection.
More Than An Athlete by Etan Thomas (March 2005)
ISBN: 0-9658308-9-6 Poetry, $19.95 (includes CD) Washington Wizards Center Etan Thomas proves he is just as effective on the page as he is on the boards with his first collection of poetry. Thomas provides insightful commentary on the political, social and spiritual issues that shape our nation.
Subtle Art of Breathing by asha bandele (June 2005)
ISBN: 0-9658308-8-8, Poetry, $12.95 Celebrated novelist asha bandele returns to poetry in a way a mother returns to show her daughter how to hold her newborn. A breath of fresh air for poetry enthusiasts. One of the the most honest, and skillful poets of her generation.
| Ras Baraka
black girls Learn love hard poems by Ras Baraka
ISBN: 0-9658308-5-3 Son of legendary writer and poets Amiri and Amina Baraka, this heart-wrenching collection is a celebration of the life of his younger sister and all black women who learn love hard.