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Signed Copies of my Books available at Tybrisa Books

You can find several of my signed books exclusively at Tybrisa Books. You can shop at their store at 210 Main St NW, Lenoir, NC 28645 (828) 572-7475 or visit their website


There’s nothing better than watching a good sunset. All the colors: orange, red, yellow, pink are a sight to see. The sun blazes across the sky then dips down to sleep on that end of the earth at night.

Just published by Alien Buddha Press, “Night Swim,” the sequel poetry book to “Swim.”

Just published by Alien Buddha Press, my poetry book all about swimming and being a lifeguard is now available.

Go back to wild and wonderful West Virginia in these new poems from award winning poet, LB Sedlacek. Visit the radio telescopes, the Greenbrier River, Hillsboro WV, Beartown, Marlinton WV, and take the old logging train up to Whittaker Station, and more in these place poems. Plus take a detour to nearby Washington, DC on another poetical journey with the author.

Review of “This Space Available”:

“Star Maps” – published by Lucidity Poetry Journal. (SOLD OUT!)

“It turns out LB Sedlacek is one of the most prolific writers of our time. I hardly had time to finish breakfast before two more poetry collections slipped into my omelet. In her latest, The Adventures of Stick People on Cars, you’ll be surprised how much flesh a stick figure can have. These poems, physically thin on the page, are wide with sentiment and even experiment. Take the marriage of what could be separate poems in the blended lines of “Magnificent Bully” as two seemingly separate stories collide together in an almost ekphrastic euphoria. In The adventures of Stick people…, you’ll miss LB’s dad right along with her. You’ll turn every page before your first cup of coffee becomes nostalgia. Watch out for bears.”

~Rick Lupert, author of Hunka Hunka Howdee! and God Wrestler: A Poem for Every Torah Portion

“I have been a fan of LB Sedlacek’s work since I discovered her through Poetry Superhighway several years ago, and The Architect of French Fries may be her best work yet. Lean and by turns warm, salty and with a perfect sprinkling of crispy humor, her poems never fail to satisfy and keep you coming back for more.”        ~John Burroughs

~Email to get your copy for $8 (US) plus S&H

More Poetry:


The Glass River – nominated for the 2018 Thomas Wolfe Memorial Prize

The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit – AUDIOBOOK



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