- Rainforest Reveries
- The Dream of Nausicaa
- From the Edge of the Floor
- Deserted Memory
- The Breath of Psyche 1
- The Breath of Psyche 2
Peter Stickland, David Troop and Christine Fasse 2011
Awakening slowly in morning shadows,
Céline senses what might now ripen and
grow within her. The earth is ringing out.
By obscure transitions, affirming visions in
the girl’s self-determining mind are revealing
new depths to her evolving character.
The nameless hour has arrived, that
mesmerizing, eternal hour, when children
cease to look vaguely at the sky.
The Dream of Nausicaa
Peter Stickland 2017
From the Edge of the Floor
Peter Stickland 2011. In collaboration with Jenny Nolan
Happy go lucky Joe trusts cheerfully to luck and never worries about the future. In ancient cosmology and late adolescence, to be lucky is to be wise. Mostly, Joe’s friends imagine his luck is something akin to being foolhardy.
Dominique and Christine Fasse 2010
The images in this book give birth to a story and though it is curiously familiar, the thread of it seems to get tangled or lost. The poems tell us that this story has happened once or several times and may even happen again. If history repeats itself what pasts are still to come? The future may not be completely unknown to us.
The Breath of Psyche
Peter Stickland 2012. In collaboration with Clare Carolan
The breath of Pan resonates across the bright blue oceans, filling the air with a sweet music that multiplies with endless variations from the mountainous terrains to the boundless deserts.
Psyche grows miraculously tall and sings; her magical voice reverberating across continents, resounding through a million hearts. All who hear the echoing sounds speak of a new dawn.
The Breath of Psyche
Second Edition 2017
Love springs into the air; the world is excited at the prospect of starting anew. Expansive smiles rise up on the faces of children like a blessing, a kind offering or a promise of sweet devotion.
Golden sunsets flame across the western skies. Adventurers return to their ancient homelands. Poetry, like a kiss, is on every lip; the joy of passion informing every action, every song.