Mockingbird is a provocative incursion into experimental poetry. Poems such as The Black Lake, Verlaine, Birdwatcher’s Fieldnotes, Identifying the Body have eccentric boundaries and the opening of these poems invites readers in and demands an instinctual response
Ted has written the poems with a light touch, deftly chiseled, and delved into large questions about selfhood, art, and mortality in his powerful debut.
Were There Gazelle by Laura K.Mcrae is a spectacular poetic collection entailing distinct vibes from all around the globe. The poems in the first part of the book, the dead are dead, describe the features of the earthly elements found across the world differently at different places
Frances Roberts Reilly offers a beautiful venture into her prose and free verse poems. From the poem “Saiforella”: “The old fortune teller read a lady by her fair hand. / I ask, do we believe in that? / With a wink, thoughts come pouring / out of a sprightly Gypsy jig played on a harp.”