Sunday, May 20, 2007

WWOTB Reviewed . . .

"poets known for their wit and humor frequently strike something of a false note when attempting to address convincingly the darker conditions of living and the ever-present awareness of one’s mortality . . ."

. . . from a review of What's Written on the Body by Edward Byrne over at Valparaiso Poetry Review. It's a long review (he really read the book closely!), and I'm pleased with what he has to say.

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2 comments:

jenni said...

I am definately getting your second book. I loved your first one. Congrats on the review and I look forward to reading the book. I don't like to read reviews until after I've read the book because I am easily influenced and I like to make up my own mind.

Anyway, you won the wine glass contest! Send me your addy and I'll ship the chap.

Collin said...

Congrats on winning Jenni's wine glass test and on this fabulous review. WWOTB is a beautiful book. I've been recommending it to everyone.