by Michael Marcus In each of his stories Michael Marcus takes us on a wild adventure through the darkest depthsRead more.
Looking For Johnny
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by A.D. Winans A.D. Winans talks candidly in his own words about his friendships with such literary luminaries as AlvahRead more.
Introvert – Extrovert
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by Nadia Bruce Rawlings Introduction by Michele McDannold Cover design or artwork by Geoff Cordner Edited by Iris Berry SCARSRead more.
Days of Xmas Poems
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Thugness Is A Virtue
by Hannah Wehr A Teacher’s First Year in Juvenile Hall Hannah Wehr presents a bleak, scorchingly funny, to-the-bone account ofRead more.
by Pleasant Gehman Showgirl Confidential chronicles just some of Pleasant Gehman’s amazing adventures, from over thirty years spent constantly onRead more.
When I Was a Dynamiter!
by Lee Quarnstrom Former beatnik, a former member of novelist Ken Kesey’s famed Merry Band of Pranksters, retired journalist and one-timeRead more.
How To Take A Bullet And Other Survival Poems
by Hollie Hardy Introduction by Toni MirosevichCover design or artwork by Donald Morey, Tom Madsen, Hollie HardyEdited by A. RazorRead more.
No Parachutes To Carry Me Home
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Dreams Gone Mad With Hope
by S.A. Griffin S.A. Griffin’s words shoot across the page, piercing readers directly through the heart and brain. His writing isRead more.
A History Of Broken Love Things
by SB Stokes The first verb in SB Stokes‘ magnum opus,A History of Broken Love Things, is “wanna.” He is aRead more.
by Joel Landmine I hate poetry. I usually find it self-indulgent, navel-gazing, cloying pap, an archaic art form that’s longRead more.
Stealing The Midnight From a Handful of Days
by Michele McDannold Introduction by Bill GainerCover design or artwork by Kari Spencer, James GriffinEdited by Iris Berry Michele McDannold’s,Read more.
by Danny Baker Danny Baker, a runaway at 14 from the facade of a gilded house in the hills aboveRead more.
I Will Always Be Your Whore
by Alexandra Naughton Edited by A. Razor Cover by Geoff Melville “If I were to make a diorama of ‘I WillRead more.
by A. Razor This book marks the 50 year anniversary of A. Razor in this world. There are 50 poemsRead more.
Better Than A Gun In A Knife Fight
by A. Razor Introduction by Bucky SinisterCover design or artwork by Geoff MelvilleEdited by Iris Berry A Collection Of ProseRead more.
by Jack Grisham This collection of streetwise encounters is an esoteric submergence in a world gone mad, taken to itsRead more.
Miracles of the BloG: A series
by Carolyn Srygley-Moore This is a book of language/concrete post-modern paradox poetry that has the ability to transport the readerRead more.
Tomorrow, Yvonne. Poetry & Prose for Suicidal Egotists
by Yvonne de la Vega Foreword by Ray Manzarek Poet Yvonne de la Vega’s body of work is compiled inRead more.
Small Catastrophes in a Big World
by A. Razor This book is a humble attempt to show appreciation for all the support received in 2012 forRead more.
Beaten Up Beaten Down
by A. Razor An up and down poetic ride through the life and times of an American writer living inRead more.
8th & Agony
by Rich Ferguson In this book you will find a diverse style and approach to poetry and prose writing thatRead more.
The Daughters of Bastards
by Iris Berry The long awaited book from Punk Hostage Press founding publisher Iris Berry, entitled the Daughters Of Bastards,Read more.
by C.V. Auchterlonie This book a refreshing and invigorating journey into imagery and emotion as layered in the language ofRead more.
You Could Never Objectify Me More Than I’ve Already Objectified Myself
by Alexandra Naughton Cover by Geoff MelvilleEdited By A. Razor “Alexandra Naughton’s poems are subversive, honest poems. They are in theRead more.