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ABC of Fruits and Vegetables, Barkan, Stanley H.
1 Barkan, Stanley H. ABC of Fruits and Vegetables
Sofia, Bulgaria AngoBoy 2012 9547378554 / 9789547378551 First Paperback New Perfect 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Mia Barkan Clarke for the seeds we have produced and the fruits . .
A father-daughter poetry & art collaboration. Each letter of the alphabet, from A-Z, is represented by a poem beginning with that letter, some complemented by drawings, from Apple to Zucchini. "All of Stanley H. Barkan's poems are seeded in his heart, in his soul.... His work is accessible and lyrical and often coloured by a wisdom as profound and as echoing as that of Robert Frost." --Peter Thabit Jones "Stanley Barkan is the Jewish Dylan Thomas." --Barbara Holland "[Barkan's] poems remind me of a Cezanne still life. . . . he evokes smells and huner the way William Carlos Williams did with his poem about munching on plums. . . . These triumphal poems nourish the soul." --Hal Sirowitz "Stanley Barkan has a way with him that tends to get the best out of people and out of words." --Gregory Rabassa "Between Mia Barkan Clarke's beautiful drawings and Stanley Barkan's exquistie poems, this is a gem of a book." --Maria Mazziotti Gillan 
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ABC of Fruits and Vegetables, Barkan, Stanley H.
2 Barkan, Stanley H. ABC of Fruits and Vegetables
Sofia, Bulgaria AngoBoy 2012 9547378546 / 9789547378544 First Hardcover New Smythe-sewn 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Mia Barkan Clarke for the seeds we have produced and the fruits . .
A father-daughter poetry & art collaboration. Each letter of the alphabet, from A-Z, is represented by a poem beginning with that letter, some complemented by drawings, from Apple to Zucchini. "All of Stanley H. Barkan's poems are seeded in his heart, in his soul.... His work is accessible and lyrical and often coloured by a wisdom as profound and as echoing as that of Robert Frost." --Peter Thabit Jones "Stanley Barkan is the Jewish Dylan Thomas." --Barbara Holland "[Barkan's] poems remind me of a Cezanne still life. . . . he evokes smells and huner the way William Carlos Williams did with his poem about munching on plums. . . . These triumphal poems nourish the soul." --Hal Sirowitz "Stanley Barkan has a way with him that tends to get the best out of people and out of words." --Gregory Rabassa "Between Mia Barkan Clarke's beautiful drawings and Stanley Barkan's exquistie poems, this is a gem of a book." --Maria Mazziotti Gillan 
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Mishpocheh, Barkan, Stanley H.
3 Barkan, Stanley H. Mishpocheh
Krakow & New York Inter Esse & Cross-Cultural Communications 2003 9780893047198 First Hardcover New Smythe-sewn 4 5/8x6 5/8 Bebe Barkan 
“The profound way Barkan articulates constant desire to return home and to bring his readers home by merging them into his own extended and extensive family makes Mishpocheh surely one of the most remarkable poetry collections to be released in the early twenty-first century. The volume’s uniqueness is also emphasized by Bebe Barkan´s colorful paintings–mostly of her family members and her husband’s (including Grandma Celia). Like much of the artwork included in Cross-Cultural Communication’s books, her paintings are warm and colorful, and easily evoke the humanity and individuality of her subjects. Done in a style reminiscent of French Impressionism and American primitive folk art of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, they enhance and personalize her husband’s words, just as his poems ground her pictures in context–in words and memory. Indeed, one of the best features in this flawless publication is the sense of genuine collaboration between husband and wife. Mishpocheh is a complex and captivating poetry collection which deserves to be read time and time again, in hopes that it may help the reader understand and appreciate his or her own mishpocheh a little more. Indeed, a simple review cannot possibly do it justice. One walks away after having read it with a deeper understanding of what it means to be human, to be a finite being who ultimately survives only in the memories of loved ones.” —JoSELLE VANDERHOOFT Author of Desert Songs From a review in The Pedestal Magazine (#31, Dec 2005-Feb 2006) 
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Mishpocheh, Barkan, Stanley H.
4 Barkan, Stanley H. Mishpocheh
Krakow & New York Inter Esse & Cross-Cultural Communications 2003 0893047201 / 9780893047207 First Paperback New Perfect 4 1/2x6 1/2 Bebe Barkan 
“The profound way Barkan articulates constant desire to return home and to bring his readers home by merging them into his own extended and extensive family makes Mishpocheh surely one of the most remarkable poetry collections to be released in the early twenty-first century. The volume’s uniqueness is also emphasized by Bebe Barkan´s colorful paintings–mostly of her family members and her husband’s (including Grandma Celia). Like much of the artwork included in Cross-Cultural Communication’s books, her paintings are warm and colorful, and easily evoke the humanity and individuality of her subjects. Done in a style reminiscent of French Impressionism and American primitive folk art of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, they enhance and personalize her husband’s words, just as his poems ground her pictures in context–in words and memory. Indeed, one of the best features in this flawless publication is the sense of genuine collaboration between husband and wife. Mishpocheh is a complex and captivating poetry collection which deserves to be read time and time again, in hopes that it may help the reader understand and appreciate his or her own mishpocheh a little more. Indeed, a simple review cannot possibly do it justice. One walks away after having read it with a deeper understanding of what it means to be human, to be a finite being who ultimately survives only in the memories of loved ones.” —JoSELLE VANDERHOOFT Author of Desert Songs From a review in The Pedestal Magazine (#31, Dec 2005-Feb 2006) 
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5 Barkan, Stanley H. Mishpocheh
Krakow & New York Inter Esse & Cross-Cultural Communications 2003 0-89304-721-X / 9780893047214 First Hardcover Limited with Handmarbleized Endpapers  New Poetry & Art 4 5/8x6 5/8 Bebe Barkan 
“The profound way Barkan articulates constant desire to return home and to bring his readers home by merging them into his own extended and extensive family makes Mishpocheh surely one of the most remarkable poetry collections to be released in the early twenty-first century. The volume’s uniqueness is also emphasized by Bebe Barkan´s colorful paintings–mostly of her family members and her husband’s (including Grandma Celia). Like much of the artwork included in Cross-Cultural Communication’s books, her paintings are warm and colorful, and easily evoke the humanity and individuality of her subjects. Done in a style reminiscent of French Impressionism and American primitive folk art of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, they enhance and personalize her husband’s words, just as his poems ground her pictures in context–in words and memory. Indeed, one of the best features in this flawless publication is the sense of genuine collaboration between husband and wife. Mishpocheh is a complex and captivating poetry collection which deserves to be read time and time again, in hopes that it may help the reader understand and appreciate his or her own mishpocheh a little more. Indeed, a simple review cannot possibly do it justice. One walks away after having read it with a deeper understanding of what it means to be human, to be a finite being who ultimately survives only in the memories of loved ones.” —JoSELLE VANDERHOOFT Author of Desert Songs From a review in The Pedestal Magazine (#31, Dec 2005-Feb 2006) 
Price: 50.00 USD
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O Jerusalem, Barkan, Stanley H.
6 Barkan, Stanley H. O Jerusalem
Merrick, NY/USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1996 0893044709 / 9780893044701 First Paperback New Perfect 5 1/2x8 1/2, 64 pp Ron Agam 
Poetry & photos in celebration of Jerusalem's 3000th anniversary. 
Price: 7.50 USD
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7 Barkan, Stanley H. O Jerusalem
Merrick, NY/USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1996 0893044695 / 9780893044695 First Hardcover New Smythe-sewn 5 5/8x8 3/4, 64 pp Ron Agam 
Poetry & photos in celebration of Jerusalem's 3000th anniversary. 
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Sailing the Yangtze, Barkan, Stanley H.  Bai, Hong Ai, Chinese translator
8 Barkan, Stanley H. Bai, Hong Ai, Chinese translator Sailing the Yangtze
Oyster Bay, New York The Feral Press 2014 First Paperback New Poetry 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 John Digby 
This is a bilingual (English-Chinese) edition, of 10 poems written while the author sailed the Yangtze, translated into Chinese by Hong Ai Bai (aka Leslie Bai), published by The Feral Press of Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. 
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Sailing the Yangtze, Barkan, Stanley H.  Bai, Hong Ai, Chinese translator
9 Barkan, Stanley H. Bai, Hong Ai, Chinese translator Sailing the Yangtze
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York The Feral Press 2014 First Hardcover New Poetry 5 12/16 x 8 5.8 John Digby 
This is a bilingual (English-Chinese) edition, translated into Chinese by Hong Ai Bai, published by The Feral Press of Oyster Bay, Long Island, New Yok 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Brooklyn Poems, Barkan, Stanley H.  Barkan, Bebe, Illustrator
10 Barkan, Stanley H. Barkan, Bebe, Illustrator Brooklyn Poems
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York The Feral Press 2016 First Paperback New Side Saddle Stapled 6 3/4 x 8 1/2 Bebe Barkan Dedicated to all the huckleberry gang
This is the first in a three-part series of Brooklyn poems by Stanley H. Barkan, with illustrations by his artist wife, Bebe Barkan. The other two in the series are "Butterfly Dreams" and "Sutter and Snediker." 
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Brooklyn Poems, Barkan, Stanley H.  Barkan, Bebe, Illustrator
11 Barkan, Stanley H. Barkan, Bebe, Illustrator Brooklyn Poems
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York The Feral Press 2016 First Hardcover Library 7 x 8 1/4 Bebe Barkan Dedicated to all the huckleberry gang
This is the first in a three-part series of Brooklyn Poems by Stanley H. Barkan, illustrated by his artist wife, Bebe Barkan. The other two in the series are "Butterfly Dreams" and "Sutter & Snediker. 
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Butterfly Dreams, Barkan, Stanley H.  Digby, John, Illustrator
12 Barkan, Stanley H. Digby, John, Illustrator Butterfly Dreams
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York The Feral Press 2016 First Paperback New Pamphlet 7 x 8 1/2" John Digby 
This is the second a three-part series of poetry about Brooklyn, by Stanley H. Barkan, illustrated (collages) by John Digby. The first in the series is "Brooklyn Poems," and the third, "Sutter & Snediker," the latter two illustrated by the poets artist wife, Bebe Barkan 
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Raisins with Almonds / Pàssuli cu mènnuli, Barkan, Stanley H.  Marco Scalabrino, Sicilian Translator
13 Barkan, Stanley H. Marco Scalabrino, Sicilian Translator Raisins with Almonds / Pàssuli cu mènnuli
Mineola, New York, USA & Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Legas 2013 1881901955 / 9781881901952 First Paperback New Poetry 6 x 9 Photographer: Giuseppe Mineo For Nat & Nina Scammacca
“Barkan’s Jewish soul has found in Sicily a receptive and maternal ambience. Perhaps his ancestors were among those who were forced to leave in 1493 when Spain chased them out of the island which had been their homeland for more than a millennium. So these poems are a coming home, not to Jerusalem, but to Sicily.” —From the Foreword by Gaetano Cipolla President, Arba Sicula 
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Gambling in Macau, Barkan, Stanley H.  Zhao Si, Chinese Translator
14 Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator Gambling in Macau
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York The New Feral Press 2017 First Paperback Side Saddle Stapled 7 x 8 1/2 John Digby 
This is the second in a three-part series of poems written by Stanley H. Barkan while sailing the Yangtze, translated into Chinese by Zhao Si. The first in the series is "Sailing the Yangtze," translated into Chinese by Hong Ai Bai. The third, and last in the series, is "No Cats on the Yangtze," translated into Chinese by Zhao Si. 
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No Cats on the Yangtze, Barkan, Stanley H.  Zhao Si, Chinese Translator
15 Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator No Cats on the Yangtze
Oyster Bay, New York The Feral Press 2017 First Paperback New Poetry 6 1/2x 11 John Digby 
The poems in this collection are a selection from the 38 I wrote while my wife, Bebe, and I were on a 2001 Victo¬ria River Cruise down the Yangtze, before the Three Gorges project covered the thousands of ancient villages resulting from its construction. What I saw and felt, particularly the encounters with the people of China, with a sense that I was traveling not just through a country but through Asian history in its many stages, I wrote about each day in my journal. The 38 poems were the result. This selection is the third and final step towards the publication of all 38. I’m grateful to Hong Ai Bai for agreeing to translate the first 10, published in Sailing the Yangtze, to Zhao Si for translating the others, Gambling in Macáu and the others here in No Cats on the Yangtze, to John Digby for providing images that complement the poems, and to John and Joan Digby for designing, editing, and publishing this chapbook in their New Feral Press. —Stanley H. Barkan January 27, 2017 
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No Cats on the Yangtze, Barkan, Stanley H.  Zhao Si, Chinese Translator
16 Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator No Cats on the Yangtze
Oyster Bay, New York The Feral Press 2017 First Hardcover New Poetry 6 6/16 x 10 John Digby 
The poems in this collection are a selection from the 38 I wrote while my wife, Bebe, and I were on a 2001 Victo¬ria River Cruise down the Yangtze, before the Three Gorges project covered the thousands of ancient villages resulting from its construction. What I saw and felt, particularly the encounters with the people of China, with a sense that I was traveling not just through a country but through Asian history in its many stages, I wrote about each day in my journal. The 38 poems were the result. This selection is the third and final step towards the publication of all 38. I’m grateful to Hong Ai Bai for agreeing to translate the first 10, published in Sailing the Yangtze, to Zhao Si for translating the others, Gambling in Macáu and the others here in No Cats on the Yangtze, to John Digby for providing images that complement the poems, and to John and Joan Digby for designing, editing, and publishing this chapbook in their New Feral Press. —Stanley H. Barkan January 27, 2017 
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Crossings, Barkan, Stanley H. &  Dayen, Aleksey, Russian Translator
17 Barkan, Stanley H. & Dayen, Aleksey, Russian Translator Crossings
Sofia, Bulgaria AngoBoy 2016 9547379801 / 9789547379800 First Hardcover New Library 5 7/8 x 8 3/4 Bebe Barkan, Front Cover Art & Mark Polyakov, Back Cover & Text photos 
This is a bilingual (English-Russian) collection of poetry by Stanley H. Barkan, translated into Russian by Aleksey Dayen, edited and updated by Victoria Markova. The poetry was selected and translated by Aleksey Dayen 15 years ago, but did not reach publishing stage because of the early death (age 34) of Aleksey Dayen and the distractions of the author. 
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Crossings, Barkan, Stanley H. & Dayen, Aleksey, Russian Translator
18 Barkan, Stanley H. & Dayen, Aleksey, Russian Translator Crossings
Sofia, Bulgaria AngoBoy 2016 9547379798 / 9789547379794 First Paperback New Perfect 5 3/4 x 6 1/4 Bebe Barkan, Front Cover Art & Mark Polyakov, Back Cover & Text Photos 
This is a bilingual (English-Russian) collection of poetry by Stanley H. Barkan, translated into Russian by Aleksey Dayen, edited and updated by Victoria Markova. The poetry was selected and translated by Aleksey Dayen 15 years ago, but did not reach publishing stage because of the early death (age 34) of Aleksey Dayen and the distractions of the author. 
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Poet to Poet #4: Poems: East Coast/West Coast, Barkan, Stanley H. & Kleefeld, Carolyn Mary
19 Barkan, Stanley H. & Kleefeld, Carolyn Mary Poet to Poet #4: Poems: East Coast/West Coast
Swansea, Wales The Seventh Quarry Press & Cross-Cultural Communications 2010 089304279X / 978-0-89304-279-0 First, Second Printing Paperback New Saddle-stapled 5 1/2x8 1/2 Designed by Peter Thabit Jones 
An American poet of the East Coast share his poetry with the poetry of a Uk-born poet now living on the West Coast in a chapbook series edited by Welsh poet Peter Thabit Jones. 
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20 Barkan, Stanley H. & Neale, Dorothea, Editors Americana Anthology, Volume I: Bicentennial Edition: 1776-1976
Merrick, NY/USA Cross-Cultural Communications / The New York Poetry Forum 1976 0-89304-009-6 / 9780893040093 First Paperback New Poetry & Art 5 7/8x9, 96 pp Frank F. Mae6tans &b Bebe Barkan 
97 poems about America--from its discovery and birth as a nation through its development and maturation as a country of and for all peoples--by 85 poets from the 50 states and other countries. A must for the Bicentennial collector! 
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