Lummox Press Back List

Lummox Press Catalog Back List (2008 to 2016)
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Indian Summer by David Proskauer (2016)
28 pages; 5.5 X 8.5; Trade Paper; ISBN 9781929878925; Retail $12 – 20% = $9.60 + Ship

Crazy Bone – Poems & Drawings by Billy Jones (2012)
This is Billy’s first (and last) collection published in America. He was an ex-pat who fled to Australia and spent the rest of his life (some 50 years) there. Billy was quite a character, which I think comes across in this collection. I was happy to publish this book, tho he never got to see it, since he died from cancer, a few days before the copies arrived!
168 pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-37-6 Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship 

The Names of Lost Things by Jason Hardung (2012)
This collection by outsider poet and painter, Jason Hardung has been hailed as a masterwork. Hardung explores the pitfalls of a life with few options. But unlike confessional poetry, which is the standard among younger poets these days, he manages to explore ideas such as identity without slipping into whining. An excellent read!
162 pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-81-9; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

IF IT WE by Lisa Zaran (2012)
This is a collection of poetry that focuses on the effects of a son’s addiction to heroin has on his family. Understanding how Heroin ravages a family, Zaran deftly addresses without agonizing the daily issues (the lies, the stealing, the recriminations) as her son struggles to return. An examination that is both heartbreaking and joyful and features a unique perspective on the Opioid crisis.
104 pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-82-6; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

The Instrument of Others by Leonard J. Cirino (2012)
Leonard Cirino was a poet, publisher and teacher who shared his passion for the redemptive power of poetry with his many readers. He worked extensively with inmates within the prison population, helping them improve their poetry skills. I was privileged to work with Leonard during the last decade of his life (publishing a chapbook and this volume). This collection of his best lyrical poems, was, unfortunately, his last book.
120 pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-33-8; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Strong as Silk by Brigit Truex (2012)
In this very interesting interpretation of historical events, Truex, uses fictional “Journal entries” and actual newspaper articles, as well as poetry to chart the course of an experimental Japanese Silk farm that existed in mid-eighteen hundreds. A masterful exploration of an important social experiment. Highly recommended!
138 pages; 8.25 sq.; Pprbck; ISBN 978-1-929878-83-3; Retail $15 – 20% =$12 + Ship

Born To Be Blue by Tony Moffeit (2011) NOMINATED COLO. POETRY BOOK OF YEAR
Tony Moffeit has been impressing poetry fans for years with his unique style of performance…he sings his poetry! But that doesn’t mean he can’t write, as this collection proves! Moffeit identifies with the character of Billy the Kid and uses him in this collection. It was a real pleasure to work with Tony on this book.  

100 pages, 6X9, Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-85-7; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

The Accidental Navigator by Henry Denander (2011)
One of the most popular poets and a talented artist, I might add, in the small press realm is Henry Denander. Tho he lives in Sweden, he has managed to garner an international audience for his wry and witty interpretations in the poetry world. And his sketches and watercolors have made their way around the world. A worthwhile investment!

130 pages, 6 X 9, Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-88-8;Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Catalina by Laurie Soriano (2011) INDIE BOOK OF THE YEAR
112 pages, 6 X 9, Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-87-1; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

What Looks Like an Elephant by Edward Nudelman (2011)
116 pages, 6 X 9, Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-91-8; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Working the Wreckage of the American Poem edited by RD Armstrong (2011)
176 pages, 6 X 9, Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-93-2; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Dog Whistle Politics by Michael Paul (2011)
122 pages, 6 X 9, Trade Paper; ISBN 978-1-929878-94-9; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Ginger, Lily & Sweet Fire – A Romance with Food by H. Lamar Thomas (2010)
258 pages, 8 X 10, Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-28-4; Retail $25 – 20% = $20 + Ship

A Love Letter to Darwin by Jane Crown (2010)
150 pages, 9 X 6, Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-21-5; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Hard Landing by Rick Smith (2010)
106 pages, 6 X 9, Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-89-5; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Steel Valley – Poems and Prose by Michael Adams (2010)
144 pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-17-8; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Modest Aspirations – Poems by Gerald Locklin ~ Stories by Beth Wilson(2010)
146 Pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-08-6; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Drive By – Shards & Poems by John Bennett (2010)
140 Pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-09-3; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

New and Selected Poems by John Yamrus (2009)
136 Pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-00-0; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Sea Trails by Pris Campbell (2009)
100 Pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-02-4; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

Down This Crooked Road (anthology) edited William Taylor Jr. (2009)
156 Pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-03-1; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

The Riddle of the Wooden Gun by Todd Moore (2009)
144 Pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-01-7; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

The Long Way Home (anthology) History of the LRB Series, edited by RD Armstrong (2009)
164 Pages; 6 X 9; Trade Paper; ISBN: 978-1-929878-04-8; Retail $15 – 20% = $12 + Ship

 

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