By Kevin M. Rowe: forgive me forget me is part mandala chant, part apology, and part confession. This tiny chapbook comes with a risograph printed collage-poem.
By Kevin M. Rowe: TAXonomy explores the concept of family in relation to love and the economy of geography (“Location, location, location”). This small chapbook provides a hint toward the authors attempt at a psychoanalysis of the self and his family. A deconstruction of the self in relation to those with whom he has nested.
By Kevin M. Rowe: Someday Asunder is a Chapbook which discusses the themes of springtime, love, lust and separation as facts of life.
By Matea Kulić: ifall is a tiny book measuring 3×3 inches. It consists of a single poem which hinges on the conditional: ‘if’. If you choose to read this book, you will be presently surprised.
By Kevin M. Rowe: Dyadic My Symmetry is the continuation of the meditation that the author began in his book The Colour of Mirror. In this work Kevin M. Rowe begins to decipher his many selves in relation to his other(s). Always at stake in his poetry is his identity and the lapping of tides at the shores of his own reason. Presented here is a short and surreal meditation on personhood and responsibility to the self and our other.
By Kevin M. Rowe Drawing on collage and assembly techniques Assembly Line questions the distinction between illustrative and textual poetry. This small book is a visual polemic on the decay of society in the absence of meaningful work, and in the end it proclaims that we ought to, in modern society, “Work Less”.
By Jack Garton: If Only is a small chapbook consisting of several reflections. Whether it be on touring as a musician, the often overlooked or taboo subject of the buttocks, or the rhythms of exercise, Jack brings a humorous clarity to his subject matter and in it’s elucidation we can feel his warmth as a writer who wishes to share genuine stories without restraint.
By Adi Hadzismajlovic: In his book of poetry, Placenta Take Me Home, Adi Hadzismajlovic has compiled a collection of small everyday musings and dedications. Adi’s poetic temperament is at the same time calming and biting. He has managed to create works filled with contradictions and his own brand of wisdom which shouldn’t be taken too lightly by the reader.
By Kevin M. Rowe: The Colour of Mirror was printed and published in 2012. This chapbook consists of a single poem in which the author meditates on his appearance in an attempt to rationalize and sort through the many complex narratives that have come to constitute his being.
By Kevin M. Rowe: #haiku #mpy micropoetry was published and printed in 2012. This small book is a collection of tiny poems and haiku’s that were first written online using twitter’s 140 character limitation to provide an example of how poetic language can be aphoristic.