New Hampshire

Robert Frost | Poetry | Photography

This deluxe, hard-cover book, printed on premium paper with photographs, most in full color, of Robert Frost and nature scenes that inspired his work, was designed to be a Collector’s Edition. It also features a thought-provoking introduction that focuses on Frost’s childhood and provides information that makes him more understandable as an adult. It is further annotated with images of Frost and his home, and carefully chosen images of the sights he saw on a daily basis. It is the perfect gift for the Robert Frost fan.

New Hampshire is the book that put Robert Frost on the map. Amazingly, despite years of writing, Frost did not publish a book until he was 39. It was not until 1923 that he attracted national attention with the publication of New Hampshire, which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize the following year. He also won Pulitzer Prizes for his books, “Collected Poems” (1930), “A Further Range” (1936) and “A Witness Tree” (1942).

“When this edition of “New Hampshire” by Robert Frost arrived in the mail I was first struck by the beautiful, hardcover format, and then by the striking color pictures that so well illustrated my great-grandfather’s Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry. It is one thing to read his insightful and delightful poetry in paperback, but it is another experience altogether to read his eternally truthful words on premium paper in a coffee table book format. I know he would be impressed with the love that went into publishing this book. Re-reading “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” and other poems brought back memories from my childhood of his walks with us children in the woods and of the burro he bought for us to ride. Can you imagine having Robert Frost as a guide on a stroll through the woods? I also enjoyed the introduction because I learned some things about my great-grandfather that I did not know.” -Ellie Frost

Available formats: Hardcover and Paperback

Mississippi on My Mind

Random Life Through the Eyes of a Journalist

By James L. Dickerson

Non-Fiction | Photography

Included in this book are photographs, poetry, and insightful anecdotes looking back to the author’s 40-year (and still counting) career as a Southern journalist, photo-journalist, and author while working for three Pulitzer Prize winning newspapers that circulated in the Mississippi Delta.
Featured in this book are portraits of ordinary people who have distinguished themselves in various ways, such as the first female pilot for the U.S. Marines Corps, an old warrior who got to fly a B-17 bomber again after more than three decades, the midwife birth of a Mississippi Delta baby, The Ghost of Annandale, and the owner of the Pensacola’s most famous strip joint/safe haven for Navy fighter pilots and Broadway playwrights and British princes–along with entertainment celebrities such as Waylon Jennings, Ringo Starr, Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, the Bangles, Rosanne Cash, Marty Stuart, rock ‘n’ roll legend Carl Perkins, Jimi Jamison of the rock group Survivor, Rolling Stone Ron Wood, Leon Redbone, teen star Tiffany, Lynn Anderson, Bobby Womack, Shelby Lynne, Holly Dunn, legendary record producer Chips Moman, Elvis Presley’s first guitarist and co-inventor of rock ‘n’ roll, Scotty Moore, and others.

Available formats: Hardcover and Paperback

Dancing With Trees

A Family Journey

By Benny Graves

Non-Fiction | Photography

A narrative and photographic look at the profound impact trees have had on a rural Mississippi family as they pass through various generational stages of life. Dancing with Trees shares a fantastic metaphor for life as the trees represent love, memories, and family experiences. This book will leave readers with a deep appreciation for trees as well as for the simple pleasures in life. The perfect gift for tree huggers. This is a coffee table book with color photographs.

Available formats: Hardcover