Poetry, Drama & Criticism Poetry Books

The Butterfly Project: A Mental Health Themed Poetry Book

This is a short collection of mental-health themed poetry by ANR made to help people suffering from mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, etc.

Learning to teach: Becoming a reflective practitioner

This 5-hour free course explored reflective practice and how to ensure that reflection leads to learning.

Introducing the environment: Ecology and ecosystems

This 5-hour free course looked at how the study of ecosystems can be used to determine the effect that we humans are having on the global environment.

Natural intelligence

This 10-hour free course looked at how simple creatures do much of what we want machines to do and how we can build machines with the same abilities.

Poets of the South: A Series of Biographical and Critical Studies with Typical Poems, Annotated

"Poets of the South" by F. V. N. Painter. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

A Poet, Someday.: Tiny Poems.

Tiny poems for those in love, lust and loss. Never give up, always create from the heart just like these tiny poems were. From my heart, to yours.

in between destinations

“unfinished thought, unspoken subtext, incomplete statement, awkward silence…here i am.” You know the feeling of being held hostage there. In that awkward space where every breath and second drowns you in uncomfortable; then you are familiar with the landscapes where In Between Destinations finds its voice. Pulled from a collection of Polaroid memories that you hoped were lost forever and then held up to reveal the defects time and memory has made glossy, the author spares no one (including himself) from the sharpened edge of his pen. At times unsettling in simplicity and childlike in its voice, there is a lyrical quality to the word-craft which is both alarming and playful.Vividly worded, emotionally authentic, sparing of words but sparing of nobody, least of all the author, these short works tease out how private iniquities of the past stand behind today’s foul effluence of violence, violation, addiction, guilt, and mental disaffection.“this tastes like thoughts I shouldn’t have”, enough said.