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Our 29th Year ...180 books
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Jack's Memoirs: Off the Road
A Novel by Kurt Landefeld
Daughters of the Grasslands: A Memoir
by Mary Woster Haug
Gifted and Talented: A Novel by Julia Watts
Lake Winds: Poems by Larry Smith
And Your Bird Can Sing: Fictions by Robert Miltner
Story Hour And Other Stories by Robert Flanagan
An Act of Courage: Selected Poems of Mort Krahling
Echo: Poems by Christina Lovin
Waiting at the Dead End Diner
by Rebecca Schumejda
A book of poems that reads like a novel.
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The Stolen Child: A Novel
by Suzanne Kelly
On the Flyleaf: Poems
Herbert Woodward Martin
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The Canary: A Novel
by Michael Loyd Gray
The Harmonist at Nightfall: Poems of Indiana
by Shari Wagner
More Recent Titles
Words Walk: Poems by Ronald M. Ruble
Painting Bridges: A Novel by Patricia Averbach
Ariadne and Other Poems by Ingrid Swanberg
Word Walk: Poems by Ronald M. Ruble
New Revised and Expanded Second Edition
Back in Print after 5 years.
most forecful writers. 20 new photos, expanded and revised text.
322 pages in hard cover and signed.
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The Curve of the World:
Into the Spiritual Heart of Yoga
A Memoir by Andy Douglas
Bird Dog Publishing
New Book of Poems by Marc Harshman
Poet Laureate of West Virginia
Green-Silver and Silent
Poems by Marc Harshman
Breathing the West: Great Basin Poems
by Liane Ellison Norman
She Who Is Like a Mare:
Poems of Mary Brechenridge
and the Frontier Nursing Service
by Karen Kotrba
Homegoing: A Novel
by Michael Olin-Hitt
Healings. Snake handlers. Stills. Quotes from the Bible. Family feuds. Chicken coops. Speaking in tongues. Indian medicine bags. Laying outs. Intergenerational rivalry. Forty lashes of hot wax. Old-fashioned tent revivals. Michael Olin-Hitt, in The Homegoing, has, with skillful writing and a true knowledge of home, combined the aura of the mid-twentieth-century Appalachia of southern Ohio with the puzzle of a mysterious disappearance and the solving of a family mystery. Read and enjoy.
-- Jane Piirto, author of Saunas and A Location in the Upper Peninsula
In New Southerner
by Jeanne Bryner
The poems in Jeanne Bryners Smoke reveal her to be an angel of mercy not only in her work with patients but also in her ability to create poems that comfort and guide us as we face universal fears: sickness, personal and societal abuse, family tragedy, physical pain and emotional longing. Her poems dig deep, reaching what Emily Dickinson called the zero at the bone. - Cortney Davis, author of The Hearts Truth: Essays on the Art of Nurs
96 pgs. $15
A Winner of the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards
MAGGOT: A NOVEL
Robert Flangan's blockbuster novel of
in our Working Lives Series
Parris Island will make a man of you or break you totally, many have suggested. Flanagan tells the story of the varying shades of possibility in between. These are real people in the hands of this author.
264 pgs. $17.00
Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Patchen
edited by Allen Frost
Letters to and from:
E.E. Cummings - James T. Farrell - Lawrence Ferlinghetti - James Laughlin- Henry Miller - Miriam Patchen - Kenneth Rexroth -Wallace Stevens - Dylan Thomas - Leon Trotsky - Amos Wilder - Thomas Wolfe - Jasper Wood, and many others others
336 pages with photos and illustrations...
$18 softcover/ $28 hardcover
Review in New York Journal of Books
Larry Smith's New Each Moment All
Limited first edition from March Street Press (Out of print)
Now the book is available from the Bottom Dog Press
Laughing Buddha Series
Broken Collar: A Novel
by Ron Mitchell
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234 pgs. $17
The Pattern Maker's Daughter: Poems
by Sandee Gertz Umbach
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Stuart and Vernice Gross Award
for Excellence in Writing by a Michigan Author.
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The Free Farm: A Novel by Larry Smith
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The Way-Back Room:
A Memoir of a Childhood in Detroit
by Mary Minock
From Our Appalachian Writing Series
These two books are nominated for Book of the Year
by the Appalachian Writers Association
22 Stories, Yarns, & Tales, rich in character, voice, and landscape.
Review in New York Journal of Books
"The fiction in this collection is as comforting as it is challenging, as familiar as it is surprising, and, in all of the aspects that matter to the serious reader of literature, it is thoroughly satisfying." --Chris Holbrook, author of Upheaval
Stories by Charles Dodd White, 160 pgs.
Sinners of Sanction County is one of the best story collections to come out of the American South in recent times. Writing in a spare, poetic style that fairly crackles with energy, Charles Dodd White makes his mark as a major new talent as he masterfully explores the raw beauty and pathos of life among tough people caught in bad situations. With this book, he has nailed the coonskin to the wall.-- Donald Ray Pollock, author of Knockemstiff
*Nominated for a Pushcart Prize 2011
* Designates Books Nominated for The Pushcart Prize
Two New Titles Out Now (click on covers to order)
James Wright's Ohio Film
by Tom Koba and Larry Smith
We are transferring our VHS film series to DVD
and will have this available by March 2011
Kenneth Patchen: An Art of Engagement
* Tu Fu Comes to America
from March Street Press
Available through us.
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* The Mermaid Translation
Bottom Dog Press, Inc. is a non-profit literary
* Degrees of Elevation:
Short Stories of Contemporary Appalachia
Edited by Charles Dodd White and Page SeayStories by These Writers: Rusty Barnes, Sheldon Lee Compton, Jarrid Deaton, Richard Hague, Silas House, Chris Holbrook, Denton Loving, Mindy Beth Miller, John McManus, Jim Nichols, Valerie Nieman, Chris Offutt, Mark Powell, Ron Rash, Alex Taylor, Crystal Wilkinson, Scott McClanahan186 pgs. $18.00
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Director: Larry Smith.... Associate Editors: David Shevin, Susanna Schwacke, Allen Frost, Ann Smith, others.
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