It is not always the fate of poetic works to become the next vaulted step on the path to higher enlightenment and that is unfortunately the case with Tanya Bailey’s Seemingly Provoked. The text holds some intriguing phrases, but overall … Continue reading Not so much Provoked as Confused…
Briana Roldan Works to Dismantle the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness Briana Roldan’s The Retribution of a Diagnosis is a bold publication. The collection allows strangers to pay witness to the inner workings of someone diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. It can … Continue reading The Retribution of a Diagnosis: A Review
No Sicilians Were Killed In the Making of This Poetry Mark Petit’s earnest romantic poetry is beguiling in its sweetness. “You are the wind,” the speaker says in “Shine On”. “For my heart takes flight with your passing /And every … Continue reading Poetry As Sweet As Princess Buttercup
You’re Invited to Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews Virtual Birthday Party! Can you believe it? Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews turned two years old today! I am so happy that I launched this project. This work has allowed me to experience poetry … Continue reading 2 Year Birthday Bash!
Egg Shaped Ball is Finally Released! Rugby and poetry join forces in Egg Shaped Ball to smash any misconceptions that poetry is “boring” or that rugby players are just “mindless brutes.” Egg Shaped Ball shows that these supposedly closed off realms don’t discriminate. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the countless joys they both offer. Curious […] Ball’s Out! — Berry’s Books Continue reading Ball’s Out! — Berry’s Books