Sheri L. Wright - poet/photographer/editor/filmmaker
Nuns Shooting Guns
Poetry
Price: $10.00














The Slow Talk of Stones
A chapbook of poetry set in Eastern Kentucky, exploring the beauty and hardships of mountain life.
Price: $14.00
The Feast of Erasure
An exploration of diminishment and loss, our responsibility for letting go and the consequences for lingering with what we no longer need.
Price: $10.00
Rodz N' Rust
I am absolutely thrilled to announce that my new book of photography, Off the Yellow Brick Road is now available for pre-order sale at Acclaim Press. This automotive collection is a journey through rust and renewal, abstractions discovered on the patina of rust and Detroit steel. http://www.acclaimpress.com/store.aspx?panel=3&productid=182&categoryid=1
Price: $39.95
I am absolutely thrilled to announce that my new book of photography, Off the Yellow Brick Road is now available for pre-order sale at Acclaim Press. This automotive collection is a journey through rust and renewal, abstractions discovered on the patina of rust and Detroit steel. http://www.acclaimpress.com/store.aspx?panel=3&productid=182&categoryid=1


Contains Scenes Of Indigenous Nudity
Poetry
Price: $7.00
The Courtship of Reason
The Courtship of Reason
Published in 2010 by Finishing Line Press An exploration of characters, frailties and strengths. Often quirky and suprising, thought-provoking. "Her navigator guides drink after drink in for a perfect landing on emptiness, unchartable where no rescuer can find even a scrap of debris floating, only wave after wave - the sea licking its lips". From "She Rides The Clouds Bareback"
Contains Scenes of Indigenous Nudity
Contains Scenes of Indigenous Nudity
A look at what lies under our masks, who we are beneath our skins, warts and all. "As we wait in the sheerness of ourselves, is there ever hesitation to wrap the heaviness of skin around us again, lay our rhthyms into a frame of bones and walk a day without sun so we may understand darkness, or pull the sun close and let it burn into the hard coverings we hide in as if seeds sleeping under snow". From " When Deciding Our Next Lives"
Nuns Shooting Guns
Nuns Shooting Guns
Inspired by a promotional photograph for a new rifle modeled by nuns, this collection spoofs everyone including the author. "Nothing- what you get from these men 'round here, not like the movies where honey boys coo like doves. Here, their talk is full of splinters and grit like their hands, don't know how to hold anything soft without bruisin'it. They just grab on like I was an old stump needin' yankin' up and haulin' off somewheres." From "Courtin' Lumberjacks"
The Slow Talk Of Stones
The Slow Talk Of Stones
This collection is set in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and places an emphasis on the issue of Mountain Top Removal. "We have lost the mountains and the creeks rise black with something that ripples below the surface, as if giant Hellbenders wait with their monstrous mouths."
The Feast of Erasure
The Feast of Erasure
Loss is not always a negative experience. Sometimes, what we cling to impedes our opportunities to grow, to understand how refusal to change is a stagnation that will eventually constrict life and those around us. In the end, loss takes its course anyway. What We Need To Remember Underneath a sheen of dust rests her husband's razor, stubble still clinging to the blade – the last of him, enough to share morning with, then shut the door.
The Courtship Of Reason
Poetry
Price: $12.00
 
 
 

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