poetry by tara caribou
From the cold inky depths of deep space to the heart of burning stars. From the orbit of silent moons and empty satellites to the evolution of new interplanetary life. Experience loneliness, love, passion, and loss above the horizon of a fallen star now rising.
A Dark Anthology from Twisted Minds
Within the dark mindscape of our twisted dreams come tales of revenge and righteous vindication, deep-seated mistrust and hidden truths brought into the light.
Nine short stories from Indie authors: A.P. Christopher, River Dixon, Robert Birkhofer, Agyani, Lou Rasmus, Braeden Michaels, M. Ennenbach, Mark Ryan, and tara caribou.
A Dark Anthology from Twisted Minds
Shadows twist over our night terrors, bringing with them more tales of haunted pasts, hidden futures, broken promises, and the blood necessary to hold it all together.
Nine more tales from Indie authors: Patrick Walts, River Dixon & tara caribou, Sam Kirk, Christopher Allen Waldrop, M. Ennenbach, Mark Towse, Mark Ryan, Bobby Blade, and Chris Nelson.
poetry by Brandon White
A remarkable journey through the depths of grief, heartbreak, and the first awkward footfalls back to a life rendered unrecognizable, yet budding with hope.
adult comics by emje mccarty
Using her dry wit and deep emotions, artist and poet emje mccarty guides us through her inner thought processes while describing the perils of navigating amongst love, life, failed relationships, and parenthood.
short story anthology
Rumor and speculation surround the possible inhabitants of Blackout Island, located just a few miles off the coast. Conspiracy theories abound while social media leaks surface about government experiments gone wrong. Something wicked has been unleashed…
Seven stories by authors: L.E. Aleman, Darren Diarmuid, Lauren Rylant, A.P. Christopher, -M. Taggart, M. Ennenbach, and Joann L. Berg.
poetry and art by tara caribou
Four. Four seasons. Four elements. Four phases of the moon. Four is the number of humanity in the physical realms and represents the now. Experience what four can be within your own self. View the soul of humanity, by the lens of nature, from a different angle.
A Poetic Anthology Inspired by Nature
Discover nature’s revelation transformed into poetry, rhyme, digital photographic art, painting, photography, and more. Throughout these pages, thirty-two artists and writers from all over the world express their emotions and thoughts as seen through the wide-open eyes of nature. From stars and moon, birds in flight, the raging storm, a deer’s quiet passing, the salty depths of the sea, rolling hills and towering mountains: there is art in all creation.
poetry by Hidden Bear
Resurrecting his archive of poetry written in secret over the span of nearly ten years, Hidden Bear shares the work scribbled in composition books, emails to himself, and a Moleskine notebook he carried all through college. This memorial represents all the different versions of himself and his continuing transformation. Read along as the dreamer dreams, believing he will change the world with words.
a short story collection by emje mccarty
Blurring the lines between real life and fiction, author and artist emje mccarty shares this collection, a dark and humorous tangle of many of the short stories she has written over the years. Stories as reflections of and reactions to her life. Stories to save and to escape. Stories to grow and to breathe. Stories as essence of every day.
poetry by Dan Provost
Poetry veteran Dan Provost offers up gritty, thoughtful poetry allowing us to share in those intimate internal conversations which occur when all seems lost. Dreaming of that almost unobtainable ‘something’ even as it seems to disappear like smoke in the palm of his hand.
Something haunts Hawthorne Drive, a cul-de-sac in Greenfield, Wisconsin. Everyone knows it’s alive but no one knows what it is. Hallucinations, visitations, and a faceless man. Mrs. Hawthorne keeps a tight lip about the mysterious death of her late husband years ago. Is it him? Or something even more nefarious?
Featuring stories from River Dixon, Chisto Healy, Tristan Drue Rogers & Sarah Anne Rogers, Lou Rasmus, Mark Ryan, Mark Towse, Joshua Marsella, Darren Diarmuid, Robert Birkhofer, and Jeremiah Fox.
a short story by Ryan Deckard
The mysterious woods. An adventurous boy. A malevolent witch. A wish and a curse. When the defiant young Jacob turns a blind eye to centuries of legends, his fall into peril is inevitable.
photography & poetry by J Matthew Waters
Poetry veteran J Matthew Waters chronicles life during and after a massive windstorm, known as a derecho, tears through his hometown in August 2020.
poetry by Braeden Michaels
Author and poet Braeden Michaels delves into the many-layered political realms in his newest collection, Growl from the Sun. Beginning with his fourteen-page magnum opus of the same name, he confronts and denounces modern society and the politics of the day. No stone is left unturned. There are no sides, no labels, only raw emotion and unbending truth. This gritty selection of poetry is sure to provoke introspection and deep conversations for any who dare open its pages.
poetry and prose by R.H. Alexander
Poet R.H. Alexander works through the human condition: love, despair, loss, grief, wistfulness, memory, hope, and will in this collection of poetry and prose. His compilation glimpses through the windows of lives come and gone, of widows and workers, sons and sisters, deadbeats and loners – we all become a part in the tapestry of mankind.
Coming soon in paperback at lulu.
poetry by Michael Raven
Michael Raven offers his collection of dark poetry, ringing with elements of nature, the heart, shamanic roots, and clever wordplay.
poetry and fine art by emje mccarty
Artist and author emje mccarty shares select poetry and art found in her personal journals spanning two years time.
a short novel by Ryan Deckard
Continuing his dark fantasy world of his first book “The Witch and the Wish”, Deckard follows the legend of a defiant young man’s adventure and peril.
poetry by G.M. Manzi
Greg Manzi offers his debut collection of thoughtful and unswerving poetry. Inspired by everyday life and surrounding nature, he unapologetically writes out his deep and dark musings.
poetry by John A. Graser
John A. Graser continues where he left off on his first book, delivering gritty poetry of an ex-addict and the soothing grace of love.
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