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Cover for Poem at the Edge of the World Our second poetry chapbook with Julia Caroline Knowlton, Poem at the Edge of the World, explores the artistic edge between physical experience and imagination. Learn more …
image of Between Us cover Between Us, our fourth book of poetry from Holly Wren Spaulding – an intimate and timely collection written during the early days of the pandemic. Learn more…
Front cover of poetry chapbook, For All Things in Motion, by Stephen Leggett For All Things in Motion, our first poetry chapbook with Steve Leggett – Learn more…
Image of Cover of Trees and Other Creatures Trees and Other Creatures is a new collection by Teresa Scollon in which she deftly loosens the boundaries between ourselves and those who share our world. Her layered vignettes explore the spirits of the animate and inanimate. Learn more …
image of Let Them Be Left cover Let Them Be Left is a collection of intimate observations of what the author, Keith Taylor, finds in his immersion in the wildness of Isle Royale and what he feels upon reemergence into “Twenty-first Century Wild.”. Learn more …
image of Familiars cover Familiars, our third book of poetry from Holly Wren Spaulding, takes us on a three-part journey, a travelogue of sorts, providing close observations of the natural world and our relationship to it. Learn more …
Cover of Cold-Running Current Cold-Running Current, our second chapbook from award-winning poet John Repp. Lyrical tenderness lies in each poem of Cold-Running Current—a narrative emerging through portraits of family and the natural world.   Learn more …
image of Watershed cover Watershed, our first poetry chapbook from Cameron Scott, creates an arc across fly-fishing, relationships and the meaning of life. Learn more …
image of Accident by Caroline Maun Accident, our first poetry chapbook from Caroline Maun. It is a series of vignettes about a motorcycle accident, told in the nonlinear way that memory works. Learn more …
Image of Cover of The Café of Unintelligible Desire by Julia Caroline Knowlton The Café of Unintelligible Desire, the first poetry chapbook from Julia Caroline Knowlton, is a collection of impressionistic poems largely set in Paris. But Julia’s sense of place is the landscape of relationships: the layers beneath our wish for happiness. Learn more …
Front cover of Ecstatic Destinations by Keith Taylor In Ecstatic Destinations, Keith Taylor takes us on a walk through his neighborhood in Ann Arbor, Michigan. His joyous and often wry observations of chance encounters, his neighbors, parks, the history of his own backyard, plus the ever present traffic, spark us to reimagine both the layers of our own most intimate, if everyday environments and our place in them. Learn more …
Front Cover of If August Holly Wren Spaulding’s second chapbook with the press is an extended luminous poem evoking the sensuality of late summer entwined with unexpected narrative and rhythm. Spare and suggestive, the work’s innovative form creates a new and singular experience for readers. Learn more …
image of Fidelities, a chronology cover In his second poetry chapbook with Alice Greene & Co., Keith Taylor delivers reflections on the many sides of faithfulness, gathered into the past, present and future. Learn more …
image of A Daybreak Handbook cover As in his nonfiction books, Jerry Dennis brings a sensitivity and skill toward the rendering of experiences and imagery focused on the natural world. And yet, A Daybreak Handbook isn’t nature poetry. Instead, it’s what happens when a clear-eyed chronicler looks inside himself, reviews the arc of his life, and decides to tell some of the more personal stories. Learn more …
Front Cover of Pilgrim Holly Wren Spaulding’s delicate language and sensual imagery reignite memories and transform them into moments of significance. She invites us into experiences so seamlessly connected to the natural world that we share in the joy and fullness of simplicity and authenticity. Learn more …
Front Cover of Music Over the Water John Repp is a prize-winning poet. In this chapbook, Music Over the Water, his first with Alice Greene & Co., his keen sense of the musicality of language and knack for juxtaposing the ephemeral with the everyday moves readers through a poetically crafted landscape ripe with interdependency. Learn more …
Cover for Before The Snow Moon Before The Snow Moon is Alison Swan’s second publication with Alice Greene & Co. In this collection, Swan explores an essential contemporary question: How can humans reconcile their unavoidable capacity for consumption and destruction with their admiration of nature? Learn more …
The Ancient Murrelet Cover In The Ancient Murrelet, our first poetry chapbook from Keith Taylor, he explores the meaning of home and the challenges of being separated from it. Learn more …
Dog Heart Cover Dog Heart was our first poetry collection; a limited edition chapbook of poems by Alison Swan which draw upon her rambles along the shores of the Great Lakes. Learn more …
The first publication from Alice Greene & Co. was Easy Edibles for the new, and not-so-new, gardener in the lower Great Lakes region interested in growing their own organic food. More information is available from its own website.

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