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Side Effects

Side Effects

Chapbook by Patricia Wixon

"These poems emanate compassion and enhance the way." ~Lawson Fusao Inada, former Oregon Poet Laureate

"In reading Side Effects, I found what I always look for: something unexpected and delightful. As a translator, I am intrigued when poets take chances and risks by diving into exotic languages to make their poetry. For example, in the masterful poem, 'Small Words,' where Wixon writes the lyrical lines, 'Romany glides out like prayers, English falls cold, terse.' This collection is rich in history, both familial and regional. The duty of the poet is to make us look more closely at the familiar world around us, to look at it with a new light. With these poems Patty Wixon has succeeded admirably." ~ arlos Reyes, author of Pomegranate, Sister of the Heart: Poems and Poemas de amor y locura / Poems of Love and Madness: Selected Translations

"In Side Effects, Patricia Wixon quietly weaves sounds and images together, like the Nez Perce woman described in "Stitches at the Museum" whose trade beads are 'secured at intervals with carefully hidden thread.' We find endings in origins and rebirth in endings, as Wixon details the human and natural world around her "to keep the story whole." And the world of the poems in this fine collection is made whole, because observed by a keen eye, with a delicately rendered respect for what is, was, or might have been." ~Lisa M. Steinman, author of six volumes of poetry, most recently Absence & Presence and Carslaw's Sequences

Read a poem from Side Effects.

perfect bound, 6" x 9"

ISBN 978-0-9889366-3-8

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release date May 7, 2014

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The Knotted Bond--Oregon Poets Speak of Their Sisters

The Knotted Bond Oregon Poets Speak of Their Sisters

Anthology edited by Liz Nakazawa

Featuring poems by Oregon poets: Diane Averill, Rick Borsten, Marie Buckley, Deb Casey, Margaret Chula, Angela Decker, Cindy Williams Gutiérrez, Quinton Hallett, Ruth F. Harrison, Dorianne Laux, Laura LeHew, D orothy Blackcrow Mack, Amy MacLennan, Lisa Maier, Carolyn Martin, Amy Miller, Margaret Gish Miller, Sharon Lask Munson, Lisa Parsons, Paulann Petersen, Tim Pfau, Amanda Powell, Liz Robinson, Penelope Scambly Schott, Suzanne Sigafoos, Kim Stafford, Ann Staley, Dorothy Swain, Mark Thalman, Ingrid Wendt, Sharon Wood Wortman and Jana Zvibleman.

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ISBN 978-0-9889366-2-1

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release date April 7, 2014

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Unbound: Alaska Poems

Unbound: Alaska Poems

Chapbook by Katie Eberhart

Katie Eberhart and her husband Chuck Logsdon lived in Anchorage for a few years; then in 1983 they moved into a Matanuska Colony house, a log cabin built in 1935 near Palmer, Alaska. The house and ten acres became a roll-up-your-sleeves project that lasted for decades. Improving, expanding and renovating the house. Growing vegetables, fruit, and berries. Building fences, and later a ski trail that circled the ten acres of woods. Over the years, Katie worked as a researcher, economist, and data consultant but also kept writing. In 2010, she earned an MFA from the Rainier Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University. Katie's poems and essays have appeared in Cirque Journal, Sand Journal, Elohi Gadugi Journal and other places. In 2011, Katie and Chuck moved to Bend, Oregon where Katie blogs about nature and literature and has realized how much of Alaska and the north she carries with her.

Read a poem from Unbound: Alaska Poems.

Read an in-depth interview with Katie.

visit her website: katieeberhart.com.

visit her blog: solsticelight.wordpress.com.

visit her on facebook: katie.eberhart.writer.

perfect bound, 6" x 9"

ISBN# 978-0-9889366-1-4


release date September 15, 2013

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Anthology edited by Laura LeHew

Poems by Ayelet Amittay, Jose Araguz, Shawn T. Boyle, Marie Buckley, Kathleen Cain, Lydia Foster, Laura Gamache, Quinton Hallett, Marilyn Johnston, Susan Kenyon, J. I. Kleinberg, Laura LeHew, Ellaraine Lockie, Cheryl Loetscher, Amy MacLennan, Catherine McGuire, Rick McMonagle, Amy Miller, Nancy Carol Moody, Sharon Lask Munson, Liz Nakazawa, Marisa Petersen, Eileen Peterson, Tim Pfau, Kathryn Ridall, Kit Sibert, Bonnita Stahlberg, Charles F. Thielman and Caitlin Walsh.

Read a poem from Turn.

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ISBN# 978-0-9889366-0-7

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Ashes Caught on the Edge of Light: 10 Chapbooks

Ashes Caught on the Edge of Light:
10 Chapbooks

Chapbooks included in this anthology:

  • Mantra to Extinguish Words by John Bradley
  • In Ink of Dew and Star Cinders by Serena Fusek
  • Crossing Over by Arthur Ginsberg
  • cloudPiercer: Poems of New Zealand by Anastasia Kritterden
  • It's Always Night, It Always Rains by Laura LeHew
  • from Blue Dust, New Mexico by Lyn Lifshin
  • Kayaking Quinn Pond by Trisha Nelson
  • From the Artist's Deathbed by Elisavietta Ritchie
  • The High Road from Ola by Ken Rodgers
  • If You Want to Live Forever by Myra Sklarew

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ISBN# 978-0-615-65400-3

276 pages

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The Parachute Jump Effect

The Parachute Jump Effect

Chapbook by Judith Arcana

Judith Arcana writes poems, stories and essays; her other books include Grace Paley's Life Stories, A Literary Biography; the poetry collection What if your mother; the poetry chapbook 4th Period English; and Keesha and Joanie and Jane, a zine-size 2012 preview of her story collection Hello. This is Jane.--due out in 2013. You can hear Judith read her poems at the Oregon Poetic Voices website and elsewhere online. She lives east of the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon, in an apartment upstairs of her neighborhood library. For more information and poems, visit her website: juditharcana.com.

Read what David Biespiel and Judith Barrington have to say about The Parachute Jump Effect.

ISBN# 978-0-9823716-9-5

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Chapbook by Amy MacLennan

Amy makes her home in Ashland, Oregon. She has appeared at the San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival, Bloomsbury Books in Ashland, Looking Glass Books and Broadway Books in Portland, the Sacramento Poetry Center and Cody's Books in Berkeley. Amy has taught poetry workshops through Oregon Poetic Voices, the Oregon Poetry Association and at the Northwest Poets' Concord. She is the Managing Editor of The Cortland Review. Her article "Social Networking and Poetry Publishing" appeared in the 2011 Poet's Market. She sits on the boards of Chautauqua Poets & Writers and the Oregon Poetry Association.

ISBN# 978-0-9823716-8-8

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Palimpsests Post Card


Chapbook by Catherine McGuire

A lifelong poet, Catherine McGuire has had poems published in the US and abroad, and has been included in publications such as: Adagio, Folio, Fireweed, Gray Sparrow Press, Green Fuse, New Verse News, Nibble, Portland Lights Anthology, Post Poetry, The Quizzical Chair anthology and The Smoking Poet. Born in New Jersey, she has lived on the west coast for 32 years. She has had two children's books published by TSR, Inc. Arts and crafts of all kinds compete with her writing time. Her work over the years has been in exhibits, gallery shows and craft fairs, and is now on-line at etsy.com. She currently lives in Sweet Home, OR, where her large garden and flock of chickens is the perfect excuse to sit outside and write poems. She is webmaster for the Oregon Poetry Assocation and has two self-published chapbooks. Her website is www.cathymcguire.com.

Read an in-depth interview with Cathy.

Read a poem from Palimpsests.

ISBN# 978-0-9823716-7-1

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Into the Owl-Dreamed Night

Into the Owl Dream Night

Chapbook by Charles F. Thielman

Raised in Charleston, SC, and Chicago, educated at red-bricked colleges and on Chicago's streets, Charles has worked as a youth counselor, truck driver, city bus driver and enthused bookstore clerk. Having learned much via his travels, Charles now calls Eugene, Oregon home.

Recently married on a Kauai beach, and a grandfather to five joys, Charles continues his inspired work as a poet and active shareholder in an independent bookstore. He also organizes readings at the store. On the boards of the county and state writers organizations, Charles is one in a circle of poets promoting the Poem-Caching/Poetry Box Project. The boxes are like curbside realtor's boxes, but with copies of poems inside for unsuspecting passersby. His poems have appeared in a myriad of national and international literary journals such as The Pedestal, The Oyez Review, Poetry Kanto and uphook press.

Read an interview with Charles.

Read a poem from Into the Owl-Dreamed Night.

ISBN 978-0-9823716-6-4

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Original Weather

Original Weather

Anthology edited by Laura LeHew

Eugene, Oregon, March 21, 2011. Original Weather, one artist-nine poets, accompanies a traveling exhibition dedicated to ekphrasis, the wondrous connection between the call of an artwork and a response in poetry.

Original Weather is a full color, 8 1/2" x 7", perfect bound book. The featured multi-media works on paper are by Robert Tomlinson, Eugene, Oregon. Poems by Eugene area poets: Karen Clausel, Lydia Foster, Quinton Hallett, Kella Hanna-Wayne, Colette Jonopulos, Laura LeHew, Nancy Carol Moody, Kathryn Ridall and Charles F. Thielman.

The exhibition debuted at the Crossroads Art & Cultural Center in Baker City, Oregon, March 4, 2011.

Uttered Chaos will be donating $2.00 to the Montana Artists Refuge (MAR) for every book sold. The editor, Laura LeHew, and the artist, Robert Tomlinson, met and envisioned Original Weather while in residency at MAR www.montanaartistsrefuge.org).

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ISBN# 978-0-9823716-5-9

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Diesel Horse

Diesel Horse

Chapbook by Joy L. McDowell

Joy McDowell is a native Oregonian. She was born in Cottage Grove and graduated from the University of Oregon. Her mountain climbing and love of ornithology have taken her from volcanic calderas to the Swiss Alps. Her bird illustrations lent color to Birding the Southern Oregon Coast, a guide produced by the Audubon Society.

Joy maintains work space in both the Willamette Valley and on the Southwest Coast of Oregon. Her words and images are informed by those who earn their living with their hands. Her poems, essays and short stories have been published in New York, Texas, Washington and Oregon. "The Monkey Man" and "Fenwick Street" were both first place winners in the Oregon State Poetry Association contest.

Read a review by Sharon Ramirez.

Read an interview with Joy.

ISBN# 978-0-9823716-4-0

28 pages--$10.00 plus $2.00 shipping.

The past is clean

The past is clean

Chapbook by M.E. Hope

M. E. Hope was born in Wallowa County, and spent most of her first twenty years, there or somewhere else in the west, watching; listening. Then the Navy, then traveling the world, then marriage, children, more traveling, some work, some ca-ching. Living now in Klamath Falls, she talks to farmers and poets, herds cats, and writes, while wishing for more hours in the day. Recent or forthcoming publications include: Rattle, High Desert Journal, Moving Mountain, Poets of the American West and the Jefferson Monthly. In 2001 she was a Fishtrap Fellow.

This is her first chapbook.

ISBN# 978-0-9823716-3-3

22 pages--$7.00 plus $2.00 shipping.

Stillness Settles Down the Lane

Stillness Settles Down the Lane

Chapbook by Sharon Lask Munson

Released May 6, 2010. A fine collection of poems that are both comfortable and compassionate. Sharon begins and ends with nature and in between are gentle poems of love, growing up, and growing old.

Read an in-depth interview with Sharon.

ISBN# 978-0-9823716-2-6

34 pages--$7.00 plus $2.00 shipping,

The Quizzical Chair edited by Laura LeHew

The Quizzical Chair

Anthology edited by Laura LeHew

When I decided to do an anthology I wanted a theme, but one that hadn't been done before, one that would stretch us as writers. This is a collection of poems that represent our yearnings and experiences. We have looked inside for inspiration and outside at nature and everywhere in between; the church, the train, declining parents, art, history, design, and card games.

Poems by Karen Clausel, Diane Conrad, Victoria A. Harkovitch, Colette Jonopulos, Susan Kenyon, Laura LeHew, Catherine McGuire, Nancy Carol Moody, Sharon Lask Munson, Eileen Dawson Peterson, Judy G. Richardson, and Janice D. Rubin.

ISBN# 987-0-9823716-1-9

39 pages--$9.00 plus $2.00 shipping.

Enough of Daylight by Colette Jonopulos

Enough of Daylight

Chapbook by Colette Jonopulos

What can I say, I like vampire books. I've read them all, Tanya Huff, Charlene Harris, Laurel K. Hamilton, Mary Janice Davidson, and Stephenie Meyer (to name but a few). So when I read Colette's manuscript how could I not publish Enough of Daylight? Deeply romantic and extraordinarily suspenseful, Enough of Daylight captures the struggle between defying our instincts and satisfying our desires. This is a love story with bite.

ISBN# 978-0-9823716-0-2

24 pages--$7.00 plus $2.00 shippping. 2nd Printing August, 2012


Technical Book, Command Line Kung Fu, authored by Paul Asadoorian, Tim Medin, Hal Pomeranz and Ed Skoudis; edited by Laura LeHew

Book by Quinton Hallett, Mrs. Schrödinger's Breast

Book by Roy R. Seitz