Many people have said some really nice things about my poems, books and chapbooks. Rather than the old haphazard, mostly chronological page, I’ve sorted quotes by title under Reviews.
19. The House Dreaming in the Cold by Tom Wayman (The Alfred Gustav Press, 2020). It’s been years since I’ve read any Wayman. My Father’s Cup in 2002 was the last book of his I had, more than 10 books ago. I’ll peg that on the East/West Coast divide of CanLit. Like others who read […]
Reader Aware: More readers, buyers and reviews welcome. They say it takes 7 or 8 presentations of the same book before one latches on that a book exists and checks it out. I have copies for review or purchase of Not Quite Dawn (haiku and tanka by me), Crossing a Grave in Harmonium by David […]
Kim Fahner was so kind as to review footlights at Periodicities on Jan 3. She says in part, “In “lifting for the purposes of night,” six beautiful couplets carve out vivid images and phrases: the moon’s face is both up and downwards. in incandescence a glossy-leafed houseplant feels how the bottom of an airplane wing lifts, night sky […]
Comments by gillian harding-russell on one of the publications in Series Twenty-four from The Alfred Gustav Press, December 2020 (with more responses to come): In “Water Loves Its Bridges,” Pearl Pirie uses the epistolary haibun to explore her loss and the nature of her relationship with her father, not so much in retrospect as in […]