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Robert Froese

Members of an archaeological dig in southern New Mexico are stunned when nearby construction unearths the remains of a girl dating several millennia before the earliest known inhabitants of North America. The discovery touches the lives of Will Stanton, a withdrawn graduate research assistant who is profoundly attracted to the prehistoric cultures he studies, and Emily Franklin, a plucky undergraduate new to archaeology and freshly arrived from New York. Steeped in the setting of the northern Chihuahuan Desert, A DARK MUSIC is an unusual and magical love story.

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$12.00

Evelyn Moore, a clinical psychologist, has joined the staff of a mental hospital on the edge of the Maine North Woods. Now, attending daily to the disintegrating personalities of others, she finds her own fragile identity, stitched together out of her troubled past, beginning to unravel. Moreover, the hospital, known to the patients as "The House," awakens in Evelyn a growing and tangible dread. Does the institution harbor some malevolence? But soon Evelyn's attention turns to Sophie, a young patient whose wild life has brought her to the hospital in handcuffs. Sophie views the world differently. She doesn't speak to the hospital staff but communicates with spirits. Here in this enigmatic insitution, where the boundaries between physical and mental realities continually shift and blur, these two women look for their separate salvations through one another and through the alliance of spirits and patients inhabiting The House.

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Comfortable in the gated community of Brandewoode, Michael couldn't ask for a better life. He works at computer security an easy commute away, golfs with his coworkers on weekends. He's head-over-heels in love with his wife, Brenda. Lately, though, his world has been assuming oddly sinister shapes. For weeks now a fog has blotted out the sky, bringing with it a thick, incessant drizzle. Brenda seems detached. Changes at the office arouse his suspicions. Neighbors, one-by-one, fall victim to a mysterious illness. A phantomlike menace stalking Brandewoode has taken to raiding Michael's garbage. And where are all those snakes coming from?

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Richard Miles

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$12.00

Child & Other Poems is a chapbook (approx. 9 1/2” X 5 ½”) published by Flat Bay Press in collaboration with Stone Island Press. One hundred numbered copies were printed by hand on a Vandercook letterpress in The Book Arts Studio at The University of Maine at Machias under the guidance of Bernie Vinzani. The chapbook contain twelve pages of poetry on Rives lightweight paper with Fabriano cover stock and wrap-around covers. The binding is hand sewn. A color reproduction of a painting by Arden Hendrie is the frontispiece.
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$35.00

Leonore Hildebrandt

The Next Unknown is Leonore's first book-length collection of poetry. Its carefully crafted poems recall her early years in post-war Germany, and reflect on living with the land and the sea in her new-world home in Maine. Other poems comment on art and culture, often opening windows into imaginary spaces. The cover painting by Susan Hammond beautifully catches the tone of bewilderment, play, and mystery.

 

$15.00

The Work at Hand is a fine letterpress chapbook, published by Flat Bay Press in collaboration with Stone Island Press in an edition of one-hundred numbered copies. Printed in The Book Arts Studio at The University of Maine at Machias under the guidance of Bernie Vinzani, the chapbook is hand-sewn with wrap-around covers. A color reproduction of a painting by Susan Hammond is the frontispiece. The Work at Hand contains twelve pages of poetry. 
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$35.00