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ISBN 978-1-894800-98-2 1970: a novel poem (poetry) 18.95
published 2007 104 pages

1970: a novel poem is poet and novelist Elizabeth Rhett Woods' personal exploration of a pivital year of turmoil, discovery and transition. Draft dodgers, Vietnam, literature and LSD, love affairs, liasons and leavings - each has their season in a year scarred by the Kent State tragedies and the War Measures Act.

ISBN 1-894800-46-X Absinthe of Desire (poetry) 18.95
published 2004 110 pages

A feast of words that celebrate a consuming relationship that is, like absinthe, both intoxicating and deadly. The poet relishes the morsels life has left upon her plate, skillfully crafting a tantalizing array of experiences, where love and loss together tempt with a dangerous appeal.

ISBN 1-894800-86-9 Beyond the Pale (fiction) 21.95
published 2006 280 pages

In Beyond the Pale we meet artist Emily Quinn, a middle-aged painter involved in a marijuana smuggling operation. Initially attracted by the money and the idea of adventure, Emily discovers she is drawn to the men she is working with, and finds herself in an erotic triangle of love, sex and danger.

ISBN 978-1-897430-75-0 Coyote: A Tale of Unexpected Consequenses (fiction) 24.95
published 2011 262 pages

Coyote: A Tale of Unexpected Consequences is a novel about an intelligent robot coyote who longs to be free. Incorporating poetry as well as prose, the novel explores the development of consciousness and personhood, friendship between women and men, freedom, and what it means in practice to be free..

ISBN 978-1-897430-46-0 Woman Walking: Selected Poems (poetry) 21.95
published 2009 126 pages

In her new collection Woman Walking: Selected Poems Elizabeth Rhett Woods wanders the world as we know it, singing secular hymns to contemporary life. For decades now, Woods has been writing clear and austere poems of straightforward brilliance and Woman Walking is a compilation of the many directions her path has taken her.