“This generation’s New England Transcendentalist.”

—Frank LaRue Owen Jr., creator of Bodhiyatra Poetry

“…Browning’s gift is to see the miraculous in the commonplace, and readers will leave her poems and journal entries the wiser and more human. This is no small gift.”
— Philip F. Gura, author of American Transcendentalism

“…L.M. Browning’s reflections ask us not only to have hearts but to be hearts.”
—Gunilla Norris, Bestselling author of Becoming Bread and Simple Ways

“L.M. Browning’s religious fervor reminds one of Emily Dickinson’s in its intensity and unorthodoxy: it bypasses dogma to reach the heart of the divine.”
—Rennie McQuilkin, author of The Weathering, Connecticut Poet Laureate

“Browning’s verse is embedded in ancient wisdom, which springs from the Source, touching us deep in our hearts and ultimately
connecting us with ourselves.”
—Maryam Mafi, author of Rumi, Day by Day

The Castoff Children
A Novel by L.M. Browning

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Honorable Mention 2016 New England Book Festival

 

The Castoff Children is a lovely story of hope and the power of dreams and friendship….

—Tomm Moore, Writer and Director of the Academy Award nominated films The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea

Ruminations at Twilight
Poetry Exploring the Sacred by L.M. Browning

Finalize in Foreword Reviews’ Book of the Year Awards

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“L.M. Browning’s powerful poetry embodies the archetypal spiritual journey of our times, from “confining doctrine,” through despair and doubt, into reverent reconnection with the mysteries of the blossoming world. Her impassioned words evoke our longing to unite with the Source that gave rise to the cosmos, the earth, and the depths of our hearts. This book is like holding the twilight in your hands: a luminous joining of the divine and the natural into a moment of sacred wonder!”

—Drew Dellinger, author of Love Letter to the Milky Way

 

Oak Wise
Poetry Exploring an Ecological Faith by L.M. Browning
Foreword by Emmy Award Winning Filmmaker Alan Cooke

Winner 2013 Nautilus Gold Medal for Poetry

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“Browning’s poetic portrait of the life of the earth connects ecological knowledge with soul-bearing expressions of love, vulnerability, and hope. By addressing herself to the earth, almost like a petitioner before an immensity, one is reminded of the Homeric Hymns. And by expressing frustration and anger with the things people do which damage the beauty of a landscape, one is reminded of early American ecologists like John Muir and Aldo Leopold. Thus Browning calls upon us not only to contemplate but also to act.”

—Brendan Myers, author of Circles of Meaning and Loneliness and Revelation

Fleeting Moments of Fierce Clarity
Journal of a New England Poet by L.M. Browning

Finalist Next Generation Indie Book Awards

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“L.M.Browning’s rich little book invites the reader to face our common ‘fear [of] the silence’ and take a courageous breath….This is a celebration through suffering, a seeking beyond the search, and a pathway into a welcome unknown. At times the prose itself becomes poetry, and there are delightful glimmers of the New England life many of us only dream of. One imagines Emerson and Fuller including gifts from this book in The Dial.”

—Chris Highland, author of Meditations of Henry David Thoreau and My Address is a River

 

Seasons of Contemplation
A Book of Midnight Meditations by L.M. Browning

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“L.M. Browning had me at the opening rumination to Seasons of Contemplation where she acknowledges the tiredness many of this generation feel, ‘not of the body but of the spirit.’ Like a Dark Night of the Soul for the digital age, Browning’s midnight meditations don’t sugarcoat life’s dilemmas. Instead, with refreshing honesty and vulnerability, Browning encourages us to ‘wade into the silence and listen.’ Sage advice, delivered gracefully yet boldly, characterizes this beautiful book, which will speak clearly to anyone who ever awakens in the night to wrestle with the unknowable.”

—Kate Sheehan Roach, Editor, Contemplative Journal

Wildness
An Anthology of Voices of the Sacred Landscape
Edited by L.M. Browning

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“I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” ― John Muir

In celebration of Homebound Publications’ 5th anniversary, the press has gathered together a circle of 19 of its most beloved authors to create this anthology exploring the confluence of the internal and natural landscape.

Vagabonds and Sundries
Poetic Remnants of Lives Past
New and Select Poems by L.M. Browning

“The poems in L.M. Browning’s latest collection, Vagabonds and Sundries: Poetic Remnants of Lives Past, are delicate and clear, quiet yet unflinching. To be sure, the collection is full of ghosts, those demons of memory who burrow into dank corners and rattle us into heartache—until we release them. Under Browning’s careful pen, grief is not frightening; enigmatic, certainly, but also holy. Our most private questions are not answered; they are opened further and then savored. Through her poetry, we learn to ‘bear the neck-breaking swings from happiness into desolation,’ face ‘the dark molasses of time,’ forgive our ‘boat-rocker selves,’ and reconcile our past lives. Browning gives testament to this journey.”

—Amy Nawrocki, author of Four Blue Eggs and Potato Eaters

The Nameless Man
A Novel by L.M. Browning

“A mysterious man travels to the world’s holiest city to reveal a timeless wisdom–this thought-provoking novel takes us on a journey through life, death, and the meaning of existence. The authors weave a contemplative story, rich in detail, that invites readers to open their minds to the universal themes underlying religion that have been obscured by doctrine. Have your highlighter handy to savor each morsel of insight.”

—Jeffrey Small, author of The Breath of God

In the Hands of the Immortal Weaver
Poems of Sacredness and Belonging by L.M. Browning

“Browning spins fibers with every word and image that beautifully weave together into a fabric of a sacred landscape. Her poignant poetry shares the depth of the complexity of a soul’s journey through birth, life, disintegration, illumination, re-emergence, and re-memberment. Every word is precise and chosen carefully opening our hearts and revealing insights into the truth that lies within. In the Heart of Immortal Weaver left me in awe”.

—Sandra Ingerman, author of Soul Retrieval and Walking in Light