Books

Books by Author        by Genre

Roy J. Beckemeyer
Stage Whispers (poetry)

Edna Bell-Pearson
Headwinds (memoir)

Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg
Everyday Magic: Field Notes on the Mundane and the Miraculous (essay)

Michael D. Graves
To Leave a Shadow (a Pete Stone, Private Investigator novel)
Shadow of Death (a Pete Stone, Private Investigator novel)
Green Bike, a group novel (fiction)

Hannah Jeffers-Huser
What Lies Beyond (young adult, fantasy)

James Kenyon
A Cow for College and Other Stories of 1950s Farm Life (memoir)
Golden Rule Days: History and Recollections of 109 Closed Kansas High Schools (non-fiction)

Ruth Maus
Valentine (poetry)

Ronda Miller
MoonStain (poetry)
WaterSigns (poetry)

Kevin Rabas
Like Buddha-Calm Bird (poetry)
Songs for My Father (poetry and prose)
Green Bike, a group novel (fiction)

Tyler Robert Sheldon
Driving Together (poetry)

Tracy Million Simmons
A Life in Progress and Other Short Stories (fiction)
Green Bike, a group novel (fiction)
Tiger Hunting, a novel (Chasing Tigers Press)

Olive Sullivan
Wandering Bone (poetry)

Cheryl Unruh
Walking on Water (poetry)

Izzy Wasserstein
When Creation Falls (poetry)

Joann Garrity Williams
Memoirs of the Dysfunctional? (memoir)




1 comment:

  1. Tiger Hunting by Tracy Million Simmons is an incredible story written by a masterful author. The novel grabbed me from its first sentence about a dolphin lying on the side of a highway and wouldn’t release me until the last page.
    Simmons has a literary gift, writing with a strong and clear voice. Her well-developed characters, including a menagerie of animals, somehow fit into a supposedly laid-back Dodge City.
    Despite a solid ending, I’d love to catch up with everyone in a sequel. “What,” I ask, “are they doing today?”
    --Jim Potter, author of Taking Back the Bullet: Trajectories of Self-Discovery

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