Make room on your bookshelf, we have some wonderful titles coming out in 2017. Here is a preview of late winter and spring titles.


The Moon Reminded Me 

by Yogacharya Ellen Grace O’Brian With Foreword by Mirabai Starr

Finalist 2016 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize

Release: February 2017  • Pre-Order in our Store

“In The Moon Reminded Me, Ellen Grace O’Brian shares a lifetime of deep wondering, weaving the presence of our inner life with the presence of life beyond our own. These bare, insightful poems are reminiscent of Basho, and more recently, Gary Snyder. She speaks of the storm from the eye of the storm in a way that affirms that life is worth living.”  —Mark Nepo, author of The One Life We’re Given and The Way Under The Way 


silence_final_mock-smLetters from the Other Side of Silence

by Joseph Little

Release: March 2017  • Pre-Order in our Store

After the mystical experience of a lifetime, that goes beyond words because it goes beyond the thinking mind, what can be said? What must be shared? Joseph Little’s journey from that point, through sacred places, through the writings of others, and through new insights, is written with a warmth and wonder that bring it as near the reader as the words of a friend. A powerfully inspiring book. —Chad Parmenter, poet and author of Weston’s Unsent Letters to Modotti



minerva-owls-galley-cover-smMinerva’s Owls

Remembering the Divine Feminine to Reenvision the World by Mary Petiet

Release: April 2017  • Pre-Order in our Store

Minerva’s Owls is more than a book. It is a living art form ushering you through time from a space of timelessness. It is deep, yet tangible providing an effortless flow between art, yoga and the universal energy field of consciousness. Mary Petiet is an author of impeccable knowledge and a talented story teller. —Sherianna Boyle, author of Mantras Made Easy and Choosing Love



To Look Out From

Poems by Dede Cummings

Release: April 2017  • Pre-Order in our Store

Winner 2016 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize

“In To Look Out From, Dede Cummings takes good advantage of the imaginative fluidity that poetry offers. Even her poems of memory and family are driven by curiosity and enlivened by quick maneuvers and spritely turns. And she is careful never to leave the reader behind.” — Billy Collins


book-of-noticing-final-sm2The Book of Noticing

Collections and Connections on the Trail

by Katherine Hauswirth

Release: May 2017  • Pre-Order in our Store

John Muir said, “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” So is the case for each walk-inspired essay from Katherine Hauswirth. Each reflection hands you talismans that you can turn over thoughtfully in your palm. Hauswirth’s meditative reveries reflect on the deep connections between what we experience outdoors and our day-to-day existence as humans, peppered with thought-provoking facts as well as treasured words from other lovers of the natural world.