Mondo Crimmins!

PFA’s second Mondo Edition!

Jack CrimminsDancing in the Sun Room
$5.00 | 92 pages | poetry | 4.25 x 6

Poems-For-All, best known as a publisher of pointlessly small books, goes LARGE with the release of a second pocket-sized book (4.25 x 6 inches) featuring the poetry of Jack Crimmins, the second in a series of planned “Mondo Editions.”

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Mondo Fericano!

PFA’s first Mondo Edition!

Paul FericanoThings That Go Trump in the Night
Poems of Treason and Resistance
$7.00 | 90 pages | poetry/satire | 4.25 x 6 | ISBN 978-0-578-40224-6  
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Poems-For-All, best known as a publisher of pointlessly small books, goes LARGE with the release of a pocket-sized book (4.25 x 6 inches) featuring the poetry and prose of Paul Fericano, the first in a series of planned “Mondo Editions.”

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1912 | Fall

Poet Tree Anthology | Book IV | Fall

Book IV | Fall | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Rhony Bhopla, Stuart Canton, Indigo Moor, James Moose, and Allegra Silberstein.
Poet Tree Anthology | A quartet—Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall—featuring six poets in each book for a total of 24 poets. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Sacramento Poetry Center.
150 sets of the Poet Tree Anthology were sent for distribution during the Fall Poetry Festival on September 14, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sacramento Poetry Center.

1911 | Summer

Poet Tree Anthology | Book III | Summer

Book III | Summer | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Julia Connor, Susan Kelly-DeWitt, Laura Martin, Graciela Ramirez, Rick Rayburn, and CharRon Smith.
Poet Tree Anthology | A quartet—Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall—featuring six poets in each book for a total of 24 poets. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Sacramento Poetry Center.
150 sets of the Poet Tree Anthology were sent for distribution during the Fall Poetry Festival on September 14, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sacramento Poetry Center.

1910 | Spring

Poet Tree Anthology | Book II | Spring

Book II | Spring | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Joann Anglin, Connie Gutowsky, Bethanie Humphreys, Jennifer O’neill Pickering, Danyen Powell, and Bob Stanley.
Poet Tree Anthology | A quartet—Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall—featuring six poets in each book for a total of 24 poets. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Sacramento Poetry Center.
150 sets of the Poet Tree Anthology were sent for distribution during the Fall Poetry Festival on September 14, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sacramento Poetry Center.

1909 | Winter

Poet Tree Anthology | Book I | Winter

Book I | Winter | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Traci l. Gourdine, James Lee Jobe, Geoff Neill, Laura Rosenthal, Dennis Schmitz, and Mary Zeppa.
Poet Tree Anthology | A quartet—Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall—featuring six poets in each book for a total of 24 poets. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Sacramento Poetry Center.
150 sets of the Poet Tree Anthology were sent for distribution during the Fall Poetry Festival on September 14, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sacramento Poetry Center.

SPC | Anthology

Poet Tree Anthology | Sacramento Poetry Center

Poet Tree Anthology | A quartet—Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall—featuring six poets in each book for a total of 24 poets. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Sacramento Poetry Center.
Book I | Winter | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Traci l. Gourdine, James Lee Jobe, Geoff Neill, Laura Rosenthal, Dennis Schmitz, and Mary Zeppa.
Book II | Spring | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Joann Anglin, Connie Gutowsky, Bethanie Humphreys, Jennifer O’neill Pickering, Danyen Powell, and Bob Stanley.
Book III | Summer | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Julia Connor, Susan Kelly-DeWitt, Laura Martin, Graciela Ramirez, Rick Rayburn, and CharRon Smith.
Book IV | Fall | Edited by Bob Stanley and featuring poets Rhony Bhopla, Stuart Canton, Indigo Moor, James Moose, and Allegra Silberstein.
150 sets of the Poet Tree Anthology were sent for distribution during the Fall Poetry Festival on September 14, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sacramento Poetry Center.