We are delighted to partner with UU Women and Religion as our fiscal sponsor and as a gift to our community of women, we offer this free open-submission to our newest pocketful book: a Pocketful of Sophia, a collection of poems, rituals and mediations inspired by the sacred feminine.
Contributors please email your submission to:
This beautiful collection of stories is filled with inspiration and wisdom from women, for women.
Women of Spirit
Matrika Press is delighted to introduce Rev. Dorothy May Emerson’s newest book, her memoir: Sea Change: the unfinished agenda of the 1960s.
Sea Change is an intimate exploration of a young life lived on the edge of radical hope, change, and possibility in the 1960s in California. It rekindles the spirit of the Summer of Love when anything was possible, and idealism was the air we breathed. The health of our society continues to demand en- gagement with issues of social justice, cultural diversity, and environmental responsibility. This memoir is a call to action to succeeding generations to keep the dream alive. There is still much to be done.
Available now in bookstores worldwide!
We are delighted to support one of our Author’s in the launch of their independent book. Tziporah Kingsbury was first published in our Women of Spirit anthology in 2014, and again in 2017 Matrika Press published a pocket-size book called Intimate Insights. Now, Tziporah is about to publish her complete manuscript: Revolutionizing Intimacy and we are so very happy for her! Please check out her Facebook event page <3
Spring offers beauty such as that which is found in Desiray Howe’s poetry!
Equinox by Desiray Howes
Explore this epic work by Lily Adams Beck and dive into the mystical exploration of our human experiences.
The Way of Power
Matrika Press poet JT Curran, accompanied by musician Jason Curran, will present a unique service of poetry interwoven with music at the UU church in Sangerville on January 28th. Inspired by the works of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, e e cummings, a host of beat era poets, and countless American writers, JT’s colorful observations and thought-provoking reflections remind us that however we may navigate our experiences, our destination remains Beyond the Road.
“Be Like the Trees” is part of the a Sermon in My Pocket series published by Matrika Press.
Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning’s sermon speaks candidly about tragedy, grief, and challenges faced in daily life.
Her words weave together a beautiful collage of insights and inspirations as she directs us towards the interconnectedness and magic of our human existence.