New! From Red Hen Press: VOCABULARY OF SILENCE is a searing poetic and personal examination of the ongoing U.S. conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“Golos takes the bits and pieces that reach us from the battlefield and weaves them, with a morality and a sorrow, to make us understand both our helplessness and our responsibility.” –Dr. Barbara Nimri Aziz, author, Pacifica Radio producer

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A BELL BURIED DEEP: Co-winner, 16th Annual Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize.

Nominated for 2004 Pushcart Prize by Edward Hirsch.

Adapted for the stage at the Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, California.

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MY LAND IS ME: Four Artists Explore “The Veil.”

From a collaborative 2009 multimedia exhibition exploring representations of “The Veil,” an ubiquitous and iconic image with various and complex meanings in the East and West.

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POEMS AGAINST THE TIDE OF WAR by 3 Poets 4 Peace, who have been involved in the peace and justice movement since the 1960s.

3 POETS 4 PEACE organized the first Poets Against the War reading in January 2002, featuring Grace Paley, Martin Espada, Cornelius Eady, D.H. Melhem, David Williams, and the late Zoe Anglesey.


THE MASTER’S HAND: REFLECTIONS ON RANE features poems by eleven poets of the West and Southwest, written in response to paintings by Taos master painter Bill Rane (1927-2005).

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THREADED LIVES: POEMS FROM THE FIBER WORLD was a collaboration between twelve fiber artists and twelve poets, featured at the Rane Gallery in Taos, New Mexico, in October 2009.


The first-ever collection of poems in English from 49 prominent Greek-American poets.

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