West End Press

Trouble Light

By Gerald McCarthy

McCarthy's writing focuses on family life, working-class ethnicity, prisons, personal loss, and our connections to historical experience.

Subjects: LiteraturePoetry

The Red Window

By Marianne Broyles

Acknowledging the historic oppression of Native Americans, Broyles also focuses on the enduring spirit of the people themselves.

Indian Trains

By Erika Wurth

These poems are tributes to an entirely new tribe--the unsung mixed blood Indians of modern America.

Crow Call

By Michael Henson

An ode to a friend and a call to awareness on the issues of poverty and homelessness in modern America.

Subjects: Poetry

The Girl

Second revised edition
By Meridel Le Sueur

The Girl explores the fate of a farm girl who moves to the "dark city" of St. Paul, Minnesota, where she struggles to survive the death of her lover, killed in a bank robbery, and to give birth to her daughter, her hope for a new generation.

Subjects: FictionWomen

West Bound

Stories of Providence
By Robert Gish

A series of related stories about the westward migration of one American family and the shifting fortunes of their lives and others in later years.

Subjects: FictionFolklore

The Portable Potts

By Charles Potts

A broad selection of the edgy, irreverent, and innovative writing of a true radical visionary.

Subjects: Literature

Into Another Time

Grand Canyon Reflections
By Margaret Randall

Margaret Randall expresses her lifelong love of the Grand Canyon in this latest book of poetry.

Subjects: Poetry

Line of Sight

By Michele Gibbs

A fusion of word, image, and spirit from an exiled writer, artist, and activist.

Subjects: Literature

Ndakinna (Our Land)

New and Selected Poems
By Joseph Bruchac

Meditations on the land and heritage of the New England Abenaki Indians from award-winning native writer Joseph Bruchac.