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The Dust of Angels by Harry Waitzman


“Eclectic as the items in a pawn shop window, these poems are both disturbing and rollicking, as they capture a generous measure of the twists and turns that chartered a journey taken with passion and purpose.” — Dan Masterson

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Fire Sale by D.G. Geis


Slightly wicked, always irreverent, yet steeped in the honest working clothes of the social anthropologist, Geis finds stuff, and he lets you know about it. It’s bad-boy philosophy: part Blaise Pascal, zest of Slavoj Zizek, and a smattering of Mallarmé, and there you have Geis on the half-shell.

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With All Due Respect

With All Due Respect by Lewis Segal


A lawyer grapples with the conflicting demands of his profession, his ideals, his family, and his conscience when he learns that one of his partners may be a Nazi sympathizer.

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The Hounds of Spring by Lucy Cummin


On a crisp April day in Philadelphia, Poppy Starkweather, in her mid-twenties, begins the rounds of her clients—Penelope, Fauna, Horatio, Bliss, and Chutney, accompanied by her own hound, Spock—assuming that this will be another ordinary day. Since abandoning a Ph.D. program in literature, Poppy has stumbled into walking dogs as a stopgap while she figures out what to do with her life.

Although happy in a steady relationship, Poppy is leery of further commitment while in career limbo, fearing she might commit the age-old error of hiding from herself inside marriage. Shouldn’t she get it all figured out first?

By noon her day will be careening off course, diverted by an unexpected visit from her brother, a scary medical appointment with her boyfriend, and an urgent request from a client. By the small hours of the night, Poppy will be questioning her assumptions about what it means to be truly adult.

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