The voice of this poet sings the lamentations of typical man, the everyday man however, it comes to us in the form of a unique echo; one that resonates within us and only comes from the Poet, R Jay Slais.
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This most recent collection of American Haiku by Heather Ann Schmidt is nothing short of a plate generously filled and piled high with delectable, literary morsels. The old adage of “You can’t stop at one”…
Dusk is gone and the midnight hour beckons
I had the opportunity to meet this author and receive a copy of her latest award winning book entitled, Who’s Jim Hines? This story takes place in Detroit, Michigan during the height of the Depression. Douglas Ford Junior is a twelve…
With each turn of the page, I am left with a brighter smile, a lighter heart, and a greater respect for this excellent poetess and writer. She is indeed, One of Detroit’s poetic masters.
Constance Stadler is a poet to read daily, for each piece of art that she renders is another gem to be placed into our poetic jewelry boxes.
Julie M. Tate tells us the truth of things. They are her truths, but those that each of us can relate to in one way or another