08 – Anthologies

Crossing Borders
Bruce Kauffman

Crossing Borders

Crossing Borders brings you a splendid collection of poetry and micro-prose from an eclectic assembly of authors. Cross the sands of time and swim in the ocean of this impressive work. You will not be let down.

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They Have To Take You In
Ursula Pflug

They Have To Take You In

“We are reading our way out of sadness.” So writes Linda Rogers in her fine poem, “Paper Stairs.” And as our relationship with home and family is a complicated and varied one, Ursula Pflug’s Hidden Brook Press anthology They Have to Take You In, provides the reader with ample evidence of the profound complexity of blood and clan.

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Grandfather, Father and Me:  Memories, Poetry, and Good Food
Donna Goodrich

Grandfather, Father and Me: Memories, Poetry, and Good Food

Grandfather, Father and Me:

Memories, Poetry, and Good Food

is a perfect gift for any father or grandfather, in fact any family member.

It is a moving collection of short stories, poems and recipes about

grandfathers and fathers and men of influence. It is truly a loving tribute.

Read this warm and inviting book aloud at the dining room table with the whole family.

It will make young and old laugh and cry.

It will make a fine gift that will give joy for years to come.

It is a loving tribute to our Grandfathers and fathers for their fostering, nurturing, cherishing, for their encouragement.

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Grandmother, Mother and Me: Memories, Poetry, and Good Food
Donna Goodrich

Grandmother, Mother and Me: Memories, Poetry, and Good Food

Grandmother, Mother and Me

Memories, Poetry, and Good Food

is a perfect gift for any mother or grandmother. It is a touching collection of short stories, poems and recipes about grandmothers and mothers. It is truly a loving tribute.

Read this warm and inviting book aloud at the dining room table with the whole family. It will make young and old laugh and cry.

It will make a fine Christmas gift that will give joy

for years to come.

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That Not Forgotten
Bruce Kauffman

That Not Forgotten

The poetic voices in ‘That Not Forgotten’ have rallied together to paint a deeply personal portrait hand-tipped with nostalgia. The pulse of Lake Ontario’s north shore is felt on every page. Mimicking the historic and contemporary landscape, the pendulum swings from seasoned bards to freshly scratched voices worthy of an undivided eye.

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