Book Reviews, Poems by others, Religious

Conspiracy of Light (review)

Conspiracy of Light: Poems Inspired by the Legacy of C.S. Lewis by D.S. Martin My rating: 5 of 5 stars “There is, then, creative reading as well as creative writing” said Emerson. Canadian poet D. S. Martin has read. C. S. Lewis creatively over years in order for us to now enjoy Conspiracy of Light:… Continue reading Conspiracy of Light (review)

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Bright Scarves of Hours (review)

Bright Scarves of Hours by Diane Tucker My rating: 5 of 5 stars Nothing is wasted on Diane Tucker. From the lyrics of an Arlo Guthrie song to a dull November day, a wait for the bus to the sounds of someone bathing in the next room—it’s all poem material, and woven into her Bright… Continue reading Bright Scarves of Hours (review)

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Humble Fare (review)

Stephen Kennedy tells me about his newly published collection of poems at breakfast Friday morning of the Write! Canada conference (Guelph, Ontario, mid-June). He looks pleased as he talks about the hand-pressed covers and individually assembled and tied books. As soon as I get home, I order one. I love chapbooks—especially when I know the… Continue reading Humble Fare (review)