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D.L. Lang has published nine poetry collections that are available as paperbacks printed by Createspace. All paperbacks are $9.99.

For those on a budget, you can get the Wanderings chapbook featuring 26 selected poems from other books for $0.99 from Smashwords or Amazon. It is also available on Amazon as a paperback for $4.99, and you get the kindle book free with purchase.

Her latest book, Dragonfly Tomorrows & Dog-eared Yesterdays, can also be purchased at the Vallejo Bookstore, 628 Marin Street in Vallejo, California.

For those who prefer to read ebooks her first eight books are available as individual ebooks or compiled into The Fourth Evolution, a two ebook set available exclusively on Kindle. With the exception of Wanderings which has extended distribution, other websites claiming to have an ebook are more than likely illegitimate.

If you already have a specific book in mind, feel free to visit D.L. Lang’s author page. Her paperback books are also available through many online retailers including Barnes & Noble, AbeBooks, and The Book Depository.

Her debut spoken word album, Happy Accidents, contains 23 poems from the first four books, and is available on Amazon as a CD, as a digital download from iTunes or for free online streaming on Spotify.

She also has a poem featured in A Poet’s Siddur by Ain’t Got No Press.


If you’d like to make your decision by number of poems per collection, here is a count.

Tea & Sprockets – 106 poems
Barefoot in the Sanctuary – 119 poems
Abundant Sparks & Personal Archeology – 121 poems
Id Biscuits – 128 poems
Look, Ma! No Hands! – 130 poems
Poet Loiterer – 147 poems
Armor Against the Dawn – 81 poems
Dragonfly Tomorrows & Dog-eared Yesterdays – 86 poems

The Fourth Evolution, Vol 1 – 346 poems
The Fourth Evolution, Vol 2 – 486 poems
Wanderings – 26 poems

Clicking on “more info” will lead you to a specific book’s listing.

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