October Poetry Releases

This October, we are celebrating four new poetry releases at Andrews McMeel Publishing from Melody Godfred, Michaela Angemeer, Misha Collins and Noor Unnahar, all new poets to the AMP poetry lineup. If you’re looking for a new poetry book to add to your collection, look no further!

Melody Godfred, Michaela Angemeer, and Noor Unnahar have all been previously published or self-published, and we are so excited to bring their most recent works to life. This is Misha Collins’ first book of poetry.

On October 5th, Self Love Poetry for Thinkers and Feelers by Melody Godfred was re-published by the team at AMP. Godfred celebrated the release of her book at Diesel Bookstore in Santa Monica, California. You can purchase Self Love Poetry today and support Melody Godfred’s work. Her next book in her three book deal with the AMP team, The ABC’s of Self Love, will be released in January 2022.

On October 12th, Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You by Misha Collins was released around the world. Misha celebrated by leading readers to the bookstores carrying his books around Ohio, and has been actively promoting online purchases of his book on social media to his loyal following of over 4.4 million. You can order yours today to read this inspiring work of poetry from Collins.

Please Love Me at My Worst by Michaela Angemeer was also released on October 12th into the hands of many excited and loyal readers. Michaela celebrated her release on social media by going to multiple Indigo Bookstore’s and signing copies of her book. This is Michaela’s third book of poetry and is available to purchase today. A vulnerable and healing read, Please Love Me at My Worst is the perfect book to pickup as we transition into fall.

October 19th is the release date of New Names for Lost Things by Noor Unnahar: Pakistani poet, artist, photographer and illustrator. Her work knows no bounds, and is translated in many languages around the world, reaching a large international audience. Unnahar’s powerful poetic voice shines through in her latest release that is much anticipated.