Carol Anderheggen Utilizes the Vast Patina of Nature to Study Life as an Adopted Child This review was originally published April, 2019 for Vocal.Media. It may have been subject to some editing changes. Affiliate links may be present in this … Continue reading A Child of Two Families Reveals Herself
Jeff Newberry and Justin Evans Give Confessional Poetry a New Twist This 2019 collection of poetic letters, published by WordTech Editions, adds a welcome variety to the world of poetry. Taking the forms of letters gives these confessional style poems … Continue reading Buckle Up For Some Poems!
Cushing Applies Poetry as a Tool to Examine Life Affiliate links may be present in this review, meaning, at no additional cost to you, Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews receives a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. … Continue reading A Collection of a Life
Harris Magnifies the Beauty and Dismay of Life’s Late Innings Affiliate links may be present in this review, meaning, at no additional cost to you, Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews receives a small commission if you click through and make a … Continue reading Color Commentary on the Game of Life
The poet and reader become one in this collection The book is almost feral in its honesty, with no cares for the polite society of man. Because to feel every emotional pang brought on by this poetry, the speaker demands … Continue reading Art Imitates Life in Snyder’s Work