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Up South by Robert Lashley

Up South by Robert LashleyABOUT THE BOOK

In Up South, his second book of poems, Robert Lashley has gone deeper into the rituals, folklore, and ceremonies of Black Tacoma. This is a book about cities within cities, where the present has roots in decades of history, and the evidence of things unseen still guides people’s actions. In different forms, voices, and modes of rhetoric, Lashley paints complicated, moving pictures of environments, and people trying to survive in them.

1st Printing: Small Doggies Press 2017
ISBN: 978-0-9848744-9-1
Small Doggies Press Trade Paperback, March 2017
Edited by: Carrie Seitzinger
Cover Art by: Matty Byloos
Cover Design by: Matty Byloos & Olivia Croom
Interior Layout by: Olivia Croom
88 pages.
Distribution: Small Press Distribution

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Pretty Much Dead by Daphne Gottlieb

9780998242903ABOUT THE BOOK

Beyond the surface glitter of tech wealth currently overwhelming cities like San Francisco are the interstice communities that have barely survived the onslaught. In the streets, in transient hotels and in rent-controlled buildings, the residents settle and search, trying to hold on in the city at the edge of the world.

In these stories, Daphne Gottlieb chronicles inner and outer worlds, shedding light on the significance of a cat, the larger meaning of a parking ticket, the violent mutability of an indoor hurricane, and the contents of a bag as the owner stalks like a wounded tiger through the streets, dragging the memory of her objects through the collection itself. Artful, heartrending, clear-eyed and darkly magical, Pretty Much Dead is part fable, part witness, and part chorus, giving words to the voices that are only heard when they start to yell.

2nd Edition: Small Doggies Press 2016
ISBN: 978-0-9982429-0-3
Small Doggies Press Trade Paperback Second Edition, October 2016
Edited by: Carrie Seitzinger
Cover Design by: Matty Byloos
237 pages.
Distribution: Small Press Distribution

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Pink Elephant by Rachel McKibbens

Pink Elephant by Rachel McKibbensABOUT THE BOOK

The poems in Pink Elephant present an opening where the door didn’t quite latch shut, a personal view of childhood confined in a room with violence and trauma. With every new scene, either palpable or surreal, the eyes don’t dare turn away; instead they are transfixed, sometimes on the multi-faced monster, other times on the heroine: Survival. Rachel McKibbens’s debut collection of poems is offered again in this new second edition, where an interview with the author flips the light switch on and informs our understanding of this unflinchingly bold young life story.

2nd Edition: Small Doggies Press 2016.

ISBN: 978-0-9848744-5-3

Small Doggies Press Trade Paperback Second Edition, August 2016

Edited by: Carrie Seitzinger

Cover Design and Interior Layout by: Olivia Croom

Type set in Bulmer & Storyteller Excond

99 pages.

Distribution: Small Press Distribution.

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Humanly by Stevie Edwards

humanly by stevie edwards small doggies pressABOUT THE BOOK

Stevie Edwards’s Humanly bravely and vulnerably confronts the complexities of living with mental illness in a voice that is equally feral and crafted. Through a gorgeous and gorge-filled landscape, these poems struggle with dislocation, past sexual trauma, grief, the chronic looming of psychiatric wards, and a constant attempt to redirect patterns of suicidal ideation.

1st Printing: Small Doggies Press 2015.

ISBN: 978-0-9848744-8-4

Small Doggies Press Trade Paperback Edition, March 2015

Edited by: Carrie Seitzinger

Cover Art by: Natasha Law

Cover Design by: Olivia Croom

Interior Layout by: Olivia Croom

Type set in Palatino & Optima

148 pages.

Distribution: Small Press Distribution.

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The Homeboy Songs by Robert Lashley

the homeboy songs robert lashley

ABOUT THE BOOK

The Homeboy Songs is Robert Lashley’s complex homage to the black community of Tacoma, Washington. As part of a Northwest population with people from the deep South and a survivor of the Hilltop gang wars of the early 90’s, Lashley’s poetry makes sense of the multitude of voices that have surrounded him over the years. His passion joins high lyric poetry burnished by narrative structure, with a language attuned to the ear and the complexities of the human voice.

1st Printing: Small Doggies Press 2015.

ISBN: 978-0-9848744-7-7

Small Doggies Press Trade Paperback Edition, April 2014

Edited by: Carrie Seitzinger

Cover Art by: Matty Byloos

Cover Design & Layout by: Matty Byloos & Olivia Croom

Interior Layout by: Olivia Croom

Type set in Sabon & DayPosterBlack

102 pages.

Distribution: Small Press Distribution.

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