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Birds Nobody Loves Is Live

I’m thrilled to announce that my first poetry collection Birds Nobody Loves: A Book of Vultures & Grackles is now live.

Here’s where you can go to get a copy:

Paperback edition on Amazon

Paperback edition at my CreateSpace store

Or if you have one of them new-fangled e-reader contraptions, it’s available in both Kindle and EPUB format (it looks startlingly nice on the iPad I borrowed on which to test it):

Kindle edition at Amazon

EPUB edition (for iPad, iPhone and most other readers) at Lulu

It’s also available in the iBookstore.

These birds will continue to fly around the internet and automatically take up roost in many other online booksellers over the next few weeks.

I hope you’ll consider ordering a copy. Thanks also to all of you who’ve read and commented on these poems as they’ve appeared on this blog and in various other venues over the past three years.


  1. bought it- on my ipad- didn’t know quite what to expect, but I’m telling you- I love it! :)I think the piece I like the best is “In the Time of the Automobile”- intriguingly disturbing and yet real


    • Thanks, Anjuli, and I’m glad you’re enjoying it–especially that poem as its one of the oldest and it took the longest for me to get it how I liked it.

  2. I just ordered the paperback (amazon) and the kindle version (for my new toy — kindle fire).

    and congratualations, so cool! I can’t wait to sit down and read.

  3. Congratulations on your new book, James! Do we get a signed copy?

    Can you believe I wrote a poem with a grackle in it today? What a coincidence.

    • I wish I could send out copies to everyone who comes by here, but alas… If you want a signed copy, though, let me know and we could probably work something out where you send me your copy and I’ll sign it and send it back.

      I dig your grackle poem!

  4. James, congrats! How wonderful, I love your poems about birds.


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