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!
Friends May Be Forced to Buy Their Own Copy Readers should be advised to ignore the initial warning of “No Trespassing” when they poke their noses into Give the Bard a Tetanus Shot. The brave souls who do continue by … Continue reading Give the Bard a Poetry Award
Constanzo Delivers Her Poetry With A Demure, Budding Style Growth, acceptance, vulnerability and confusion are the plumage of this feathered little collection. As the readers flip open the yellow cover and make their way through the pages of Sweet Awakening, … Continue reading Sweet, Fledgling Poetry
I will keep this post incredibly brief… I’ve written before about budget friendly ways to help poets, but did you know that by simply reading one of my poetry book reviews you are helping sponsor a FREE book review for … Continue reading Free Ways to Help Poets!
Stagnant water bears far too much of a similarity to me right now. There’s still life under the depths of this pond but nothing is flowing, no creativity is flooding over the banks to hydrate waiting plot lines and unorganized … Continue reading Drowning While Standing Still