Poetry

Daily Hunger  By Nina Nencheva

Daily Hunger By Nina Nencheva

Nina Nencheva writes with a bold voice in this new collection of poems. Each poem is refreshing and original. She is adept at using line breaks and short verses to convey her thoughts, feelings and her world poetical.

The Disapproval of my Toaster  By Seth Brown

The Disapproval of my Toaster By Seth Brown

Seth Brown’s new poetry book is essentially a pandemic project with poems written during that time. He is donating half of all of the profits from his book to COVID relief in India home of the Publisher. Poets and Poetry tend to show kindness while they are attempting to wake up the world so to speak, and Brown has certainly accomplished that with this project.

Tipping Point  By D.E. Ritterbusch

Tipping Point By D.E. Ritterbusch

D.E. Ritterbusch’s poems are charged with emotion and vast imagery in this new collection. His poems work together to illustrate his poet’s voice. His poems are ripe with emotion. They radiate so many different things.

Road Through Worlds

Road Through Worlds

This poetry book is very fantastic. It's a comparative analysis of a collection of top-winning and complementary poems in one book written by two of the greatest known haiku poets the world has ever known, Stoianka Boianova and her husband Minko Tanev, from Bulgaria.

Health Carefully By Jesse Tsinajinnie Maloney

Health Carefully By Jesse Tsinajinnie Maloney

The title of this book of poetry is unique. What poems might be found inside a book with such a name?

Inaiane / Now  By Vaughan Rapatahana

Inaiane / Now By Vaughan Rapatahana

Besides the translations which always make poems highly original, this is a very inventive book of poetry! It’s always quite the feat when a poet can write in more than one language, but Rapatahana takes it one step further giving the reader such an original experience with his verses.

Amani By Rais Neza Boneza

Amani By Rais Neza Boneza

“Amani” means peace in Swahili. And these poems in this new collection by Boneza intend to do simply that. From the poem “Amani, my peace”: “Amani is calm like the moon.” The poems, too, are calming.

widewide.world to unwind By Joe Bisicchia

widewide.world to unwind By Joe Bisicchia

These poems are emotional and surreal. They seem to take on a resonance of their own. Bisicchia writes with a figurative use of language, but yet you can tell exactly what he may mean.

The Sound of Blossom Falling By Vincent Berquez

The Sound of Blossom Falling By Vincent Berquez

He definitely deliverBerquez cleverly divides this new poetry collection into three sections: Me, Us, and Them. That alone makes a powerful statement.s opening his book with this poem “A walk on Hilly Fields with my dog, Kenny” which is about a young child watching his dog be attacked and what he does to try and save it. It’s easy to imagine being there with this young boy, and also wanting to reach out and help him when the owner of the attacking dog does nothing. It’s clever to tell a story within a poem.

Images By Michael Escoubas

Images By Michael Escoubas

Besides the uniqueness of ekphrastic poems from the outset, this new collection of poems by Michael Escoubas is also quite original as it is a companion book to Sharmagne Leland St.-John’s own poetry book of the same name. They used the same images and the same title for each of their books. Leland St. John is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief and Escoubas is Editor and Book Reviewer for “Scribe and Quill.”