Carol Hamilton

The poets in this invitational series write about their lives as poets focusing on how the whole life affects their works. The poet chooses twelve poems from across the years which have been most in demand for readings and reprintings. The poet tells of the history of each piece. Order from: Pudding House Publications 60 N. Main St. Johnstown Ohio 43031 www.puddinghouse.com (740)967-6060

Gold: Greatest Hits 1968-2000



Thoughts on a Poster of Art Garfunkel
Recording in a Cathedral

In the nave of day ...
Silent, lofty, unapproachable,
That time of day which never comes,
Stone cool and quiet,
Where I may touch myself
With inner-words as
Yet unspoken, lifting my Kyrie eleison
Into the shadowed arches,
In the nave of day ...
Is an unpeopled hush
I cannot hear.


Vanishing Point

Editor's Choice poetry chapbook from Main Street Rag Press.

Poetry Chapbook from Finishing Line Press
Poems on the intertwined lives and loves of Clara and Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms
Poetry Chapbook
Works on early women photographers and the art of photography.
Poetry
Editor's Choice poetry chapbook from Main Street Rage Press.
Award-winning Poetry Chapbook
Poetry chapbook of most requested poems over the years. Pudding House Invitational Series
Award winning poetry chapbook
Middle Grade Novel
"The desert setting is unusual...the story will adapt well as a classroom read-aloud."
--Booklist
The story of a gifted boy with a love of astronomy who forgets his problems in trying to save a friend.
Middle Grade Mystery
A Cherubim Award winner, the story of a dinosaur dig and a mystery a boy must solve to protect his mother and sister.
Folk literature
Retellings of favorite Polish legends.