Readers of this blog may be tired of my posts about my chapbook The Wonder of It All. Or maybe not. I've posted several times about my latest chapbook because I think chapbooks, mine and others, need more exposure. I also like the poems in this chapbook. Yes, I admit it. I like some of my own poems. That is not always the case. I've been writing poetry for over ten years and its hasn't been a picnic. The re-writes are often difficult, many poems never see the light of day. But I love writing poems more than I don't so I continue.
A recent review
An older post about my chapbook.
I also do repeat posts because the Internet is a jungle. It is often hard to maneuver its depths unless you know the intricacies of getting work visible. Often I feel like I have been dropped off by plane with only a backpack, a compass and enough water for a week and told to find my way out. It is a daunting task to get out of the woods and back to civilization. So I keep posting as I metaphorically trudge through the jungle determined to find my way to a McDonalds and to connect to readers who enjoy poetry.
Today I am posting a link to my book(again) and the chapbooks of fellow poets published by Propaganda Press. I’ve read Howie Good's chapbook and Kevin Hibshman's. I enjoy both poet's poems although they are totally different. Who says a person has to like only one style of poetry?
For poetry lovers and those who are new to poetry, Propaganda Press publishes a variety of themed small chapbooks you can put in you pocket or purse and enjoy anywhere when you have a moment.
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