Atwood mourns love lost and celebrates love found. An endless echo of weary, despondent sighs is what reverberates in this 2011 poetry book, written by Richard Atwood (and what it contains almost exclusively). Atwood’s emotional poems throughout Death and Morning … Continue reading Love and Mourning
Help Poets & Lambda Literary! It’s the last day of April! If you can, please read & share these poetry book reviews to not only help modern poets but also hit the mark of raising $40 this month for @LambdaLiterary! … Continue reading Read Poetry Book Reviews!
Lamar Neal’s youthful voice hisses and wails in this collection. Lamar Neal uses his shorter compositions like daggers. He wastes no time and is quick to deliver savage cuts, brutal stabs—he is a poetic assassin. Read the full review here! Continue reading A Sharp, Young New Voice in Poetry
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Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie. Thank you so much for allowing me to shine a light on my work! Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age? I am Laura DiNovis Berry, and I am twenty six years old. Fiona: Where are you from? Originally, I am from Lititz Pennsylvania. A town known for amazing fireworks, horse and buggys and Wilbur’s Chocolate. I am currently living in Corpus Christi, TX. Fiona: A little about your self (ie, your education, family… Continue reading Here is my interview with Laura DiNovis Berry