So Many Voices
Edited by John Peterson, James Downs & Joe Milosch
Cover art by Molly Weller
Poetic Matrix Press' 20th Anniversary Authors' Anthology So Many Voices. With material from our 60
books and 45 authors (including new pieces from many) this is a true reflection of So Many Voices that we
have had the privilege of publishing. This is an interesting and beautiful compliment to our publishing
Available from Small Press Distribution (SPD).
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PMP Over the Years
Muir Ramble Route
Now is the time to get Peter and Donna Thomas' hiking guide,
Muir Ramble Route. This is a detailed guide to John Muir's original walk from San Francisco to Yosemite
in 1868. The Thomases have researched and written out this guide along with Muir's writings on this walk
drawn from his various accounts. They also add their account as they walked in Muir's footsteps. Get this
guide now and plan all or part of the hike, the best time is in mid to late spring when the wild flowers
are blooming along the way.
Muir Ramble Route
by Peter and Donna Thomas
187 pages, retail price $19.50
Maps, Photos, Drawings
A companion book:
write your account of your own hike.
Nature Journal with John Muir
A Writing and Sketching Journal
edited by Bonnie Gisel
160 pages, retail price $16.00
Bored Feet Press and from the publisher. Look for them at REI.
He Named Me Malala
by Lyn Lifshin
127 pages, price $17.00
A new film about Malala is in theaters,
He Named Me Malala, Directed by Davis Guggenheim. Check it out and check out
As most of us know by now Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani young woman who was shot by the Taliban in 2012, was chosen by
the Norwegian Nobel Committee to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 along with Indian child advocate
Kailash Satyarthi. Though her injuries were significant, she recovered and has become an even more powerful
advocate for the rights of girls and all children to have a good education. Her voice has become even more
In 2014 our press had the great opportunity to publish Lyn Lifshin's beautiful tribute to Malala. In this tribute
to Malala Yousafzai, Lyn uses her gift of poetry to take us through Malala's recent life experience, the
attempted assassination by the Taliban and Malala's recovery.
"This is not journalism, rather it is a work that is best suited for poetry, a deeply personal work where
the poet reveals, through compassion and insight, some moments of revelation."
To assist Malala in her efforts on behalf of the girls of the world join the Malala Fund, co-founded by Malala
and her father Ziauddin Yousafzai, at
Poetic Matrix Press and Lyn Lifshin will donate a portion of the proceeds on the sale of
Malala to the Malala Fund.