ART, POETRY, DRAMA
Star Verses: Astrological Poems
By Harry R. White
Artist and writer, Harry White, his poetry
Paper: 40 pages (2006)
Dimensions: 7 X 10
Price: $19.95 plus shipping
Harry R. White
was born in the Canal Zone, Panama. He has worked as an
artist and poet all his adult life. He mastered the art
of garden design and gardening at an early age and has
been featured in Smithsonian Magazine, Horticulture
Magazine and Grolier Press' Book of Knowledge for his
art. This is his first book of poetry, illustrated with
his exquisite and unique form of collage.
Author's web site
Button, Button, Who Has the Button
By Ruth Harriet Jacobs, Ph.D
Paper: 128 pages (1996)
Dimensions: 6 x 9
Price: $12.00 plus shipping
The title of this play, from the familiar children's
game, derives its significance from the immigrant
grandmother's button jar, filled with buttons that evoke
visions of her long and arduous life.
The buttons are symbolic of the experiences of women
from all walks of life as they reveal themselves in the
play. Although the play deals with serious issues, it
also presents a joyous affirmation of womanhood. It can
serve as a catalyst for discussion in women's groups and
Ruth Harriet Jacobs, Ph.D. is the author
of Be An Outrageous Older Woman- A R.A.S.P. and seven
other books. She is an award-winning sociologist and
gerontologist, a continuing researcher at the Wellesley
College Center for Research on Women, and a professor at
Regis College in Weston, MA and Springfield College
School of Human Services in Manchester, NH. She is the
former chair of the sociology department at Clark
University and was for many years a professor at Boston
University. She speaks and leads workshops throughout
the United States and abroad.
Her books include: Be An Outrageous Older Woman,
Women Who Touched My Life: A Memoir and Button Button
Who has the Button: A Drama About Women's Lives Today.
We Speak for Peace: An Anthology
Edited by Ruth Harriet Jacobs, Ph.D.
impressive effort in the cause for world peace"
Paper: 330 pages (1993)
Dimensions: 6 x 9
Price: $14.00 plus shipping
These poems represent 300
works culled from 3,000 submissions received by Dr.
Jacobs, in response to her call for contributions to an
anti-war, pro-peace anthology. Dr. Jacobs, a lifelong
peace activist, poet and educator, undertook this work
in outrage at the war in the Persian Gulf. Anti-war pro-peach selections were requested in two
small magazine ads in 1991. Over 3000 people responded,
often with multiple pieces.
who will ask,