November 8, 2021

Arkania: A Lucid Odyssey

Alex Andor Skanavis’ epic rhyming narrative is an innovative reimagining of Dante’s Paradiso about an astral adventurer’s metaphysical odyssey through the labyrinths of her mind across time and space to find “her lost true love,” as well as an empowering journey of self-discovery.

In her sleep, Arkania – a “dreamer extraordinaire” – visits worlds far […]


February 10, 2020

Slow-Cooked Thoughts: Articles, Talks, Essays, One Old Poem, and Two Tales

Rohan De Soysa’s Slow-Cooked Thoughts is a miscellany of photography, essays, printed talks, a travelogue, a Buddhist poem and two tales.

Initially, De Soysa states, he had only planned to make copies of this collection for his children and grandchildren, but then he “thought of having it published in case it interested others, too.” The […]


November 5, 2018

Melody of Love

Carolyn Griffin’s Melody of Love is a collection of faith-based poetry and short prayers.

The collection contains 114 lineated and prose poems, interspersed with 54 accompanying prayers, each beginning “Dear God” and concluding “With all my love, Your child.” Most poems are preceded by a biblical epigraph, with its message echoed in the verse that […]


April 25, 2016

The Great Creator, the Creation and His Creatures

In the western spiritual tradition, poetry has been a doorway to the sacred ever since the Psalms were first written thousands of years ago. It is a tradition that has been embraced over the centuries by such diverse poets as Rumi, William Wordsworth, Gerard Manly Hopkins and Mary Oliver. […]