Wednesday, December 7, 2016


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Thursday, November 17, 2016


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Sunday, November 6, 2016

"Thank you -- I learned a lot. How people's poetry is hard to find on the shelf. I am glad you are
Filling up that shelf!"

 Juan Felipe Herrera, Poet Laureate of the United States

Friday, September 9, 2016

VAGABOND is happy to announce that The Border Crossed Us (an anthology to end apartheid) won first place in the 2016 International Latino Book Award!!! 

Congratulations to all the contributing poets and artists.




The Border Crossed Us 
(an anthology to end apartheid)

We are very happy to announce that the release of The Border Crossed Us (an anthology to end apartheid).

This important collection of poetry and artwork on Immigration and Palestinian Justice 
is an incredibly powerful body of work that stands out as a strong example 
of the growing world-wide solidarity between all people for a better, more just planet.

Thank you everyone for being a part of this.

For a contribution of only $25 (shipping domestic included), you will receive a copy of 
The Border Crossed Us (an anthology to end apartheid) – a full color illustrated edition!  Order multiple copies!

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Thank you for supporting your people’s press!  


8.5 x 8.5; full color illustrations; 220 pages

Friday, August 5, 2016

VAGABOND announces the launch of:

Here are the unabridged documents of what has gone down in St. Louis and the region at large – that is, bullets, long-time ago massacres, military tanks, the “brutal games” set into motion on a peoples of color, of those with few resources, a city, a state, a region cut into painful slices – you and me, by the way. Listen here.  Reflect on these poets, activists, philosophers, artists, community builders.  Unchecked power can only be challenged by heart-soul illuminations – for the people. Now open this book. You’ll find song too – “voice-lifted and wakeful rhymes,” yes, the “hope for peace” cannot be erased.  Give thanks to the ongoing work of East St. Louis Laureate Eugene B. Redmond and these brave hard-workin’ poets carving poetry news that few cover on the pages of the nation.  You got to love it.  I do.

–  Juan Felipe Herrera, Poet Laureate of the United States

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Thursday, February 4, 2016


Attention Women Poets:


Extended Deadline March 15th, 2017

Selection by Dorothy Payne

Send up to 3 unpublished poems on the feminist struggle,

short factual bio and author photo (Word .docx / jpeg) to: /

Blind Selection: (include cover letter with name, contact information

and title of poems – author’s name should not be found on poem pages)

Original, unpublished works only. More information at: