Steen writes gripping, thrilling poems in this thoughtful collection. It’s everything you’d want in a poetry book. His lines get under your skin as if he gets how you really feel.
I freely admit that there’s much modern poetry that I don’t understand. A lot of it is probably very good and profound, I’m just not smart enough to appreciate it. So it was with some trepidation that I began reading A Fine Line, a collection of poetry by Australian writer Dianne Bates.
Felice Picano has written over thirty books, mostly novels, short story collections, memoir, even some plays and screenplays, but Songs and Poems is his first poetry collection since The Deformity Lover and Other Poems (1977).
Would Land, the latest poetry poetic collection of Jill Alexander Essbaum is a final impression of a quite extraordinary combination of creative and critical power, of passion and thought.
This book, First Insights of a Child is compiled by Matt’s Father, Richard Weekley comes with lot of wonder, curiosity, innocence and childish ignorance. We all hear these type of questions and statements almost every time. The surprise here is that Richard took efforts to compile his son’s writings in the form of a book which is so well presented.
A native of New Zealand, Nieuwland has built an international record of publication of poetry, appearing in numerous journals and anthologies. This collection shows his nationality as numerous poems reference Maori words.
This book titled No Guns Left Behind: Poems about Mass Shootings on US School Campuses by Mickey J Corrigan is a sorrowful saga of students, professors and people who lost their lives in the school massacres committed in the US.