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#bookreview Bangers. Erin Taylor @erinisaway @GhostCityPress 


Bodies
, and the gaps between them, and us seems to be the overriding theme in this micro-chapbook published by Ghost City press. I was overawed by the mid way point of the poems in Bangers. The opening poem writes us what a body is, ‘a body is merely bones and flesh a body is merely lines a body is merely heavy breathing,’ And continuing in that vein to sharing that body in a relationship, and what we can gain, and lose, from that experience. A superb addition to the Ghost City press micro-chapbook 2017 summer series, I loved the thoughts Bangers provoked

And the good news? You can download this book for free from Ghost City Press. All donations go directly to the writer. Here’s the link. Happy reading!

#bookreview Have Trust in Being. Lander Eicholzer. @Lander_Ike @GhostCityPress

Have Trust in Being. Lander Eicholzer. @lander_ike

There’s something quite lyrical about the poems in this micro-chapbook published by Ghost City press. There’s freedom in the poetry too, with insights into relationships, ‘curled in bed later hoping to glean something that wasn’t self-satisfying,’

Here’s a poem from the chapbook On the Midnight Menu. I love these lines beginning, ‘I’ll start drama,’ and ‘everything is performance art,’

And the good news? You can download this book for free from Ghost City Press. All donations go directly to the writer. Here’s the link. Happy reading!

HERE COMES THE SUN 

My book of travel poetry is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, in Print and for Kindle. Its rating is currently on the average rating of five / five stars. I would love to hear what you think! 

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Surviving Childhood. Caroline Webber.

Very important passages in this book by Caroline Webber, which I am currently drafting my review of, especially under the current climate of systemic abuse.

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