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Get insider perks and support the authors and work of Turtle Point Press with an annual subscription to our publishing program. Members receive this year’s new titles, signed by the authors and fresh off the press—in advance of their release date. Plus, surprise extras!

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Lucky Turtles Club: The Painted Turtle
$180
Receive all seven 2021 titles for $180 ($50 tax deductible). Include your mailing address in the “personal note” field on the form.

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Lucky Turtles Club: The Spotted Turtle
$100
Choose any three 2021 titles for $100 ($25 tax deductible) and list them in the “personal note” field on the form along with your mailing address.

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Turtle Point’s 2021 Titles

Eclogues in a Mustard Seed Garden by Glenn Mott
This “mini-library” of epigrams, poems, and prose meditations is rich with “wit and wisdom, contradiction and confirmation” (Michael Lally), bridging the sensibilities of East and West. Ships in late FEBRUARY.

All the Beauty Still Left: A Poet’s Painted Book of Hours by Spencer Reece
Over fifty vibrant watercolors paired with quotes by well-known writers and thinkers, inspired by the life journeys and reflections on faith devotional of poet and Episcopal priest Spencer Reece. Hardcover gift edition with ribbon. Ships in late MARCH.

The Stranger I Become: On Walking, Looking, and Writing (JOAN Books) by Katharine Coles
Nine essays by former Utah Poet Laureate Coles that explore the permeable boundary between inner life and outer, thought and action, science and experience. Ships in APRIL.

Father Genocide by Margo Tamez
This breakout collection by Lipan Apache poet Tamez is a powerful personal and political statement about land rights and human rights violations. Ships in JUNE.

A Line of Driftwood: The Ada Blackjack Story (JOAN Books) by Diane Glancy
Glancy combines diary entries and imagination to convey the treacherous, heroic adventure of a young Inupiat woman who was the sole survivor of an Arctic expedition. Published on the 100th anniversary of the expedition’s launch. Ships in AUGUST.

Divining Poets: YEATS, A Quotable Deck by Turtle Point Press, selected by Paul Muldoon (series editor, David Trinidad)
A showcase of the mystical wisdom of W.B. Yeats. Fierce ideas, exquisite rhymes, and images drawn from tarot and the occult that seekers will want to commit to memory. Elegant boxed set of 78 cards. Unsigned. Ships in SEPT/OCT.

Divining Poets: CLIFTON, A Quotable Deck by Turtle Point Press, selected by Tracy K. Smith (series editor, David Trinidad)
Plainspoken, spare, empowering, wise beyond measure, Lucille Clifton’s words are a force of good: “The surest failure / is the unattempted walk.” Elegant boxed set of 78 cards. Unsigned. Ships in SEPT/OCT.


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