It seems my dear writer friends are lousy with new books:
Cathy Colman’s book of poetry, Time Crunch, will blow your mind. Period. It does everything poetry does best, with transcendent language, incisive humor, vivid imagery and touch of quantum physics. Magnifique.
David Sanders not-so-recently published a beautiful, amazing and dangerous book, which I neglected to share in my last email, though I really really meant to. So I’m telling you now: Busara Road is terrific. Take a look.
Ron MacLean has a new book of experimental short fiction that will take you places you never knew you wanted to go: We Might as Well Light Something on Fire. Let’s discuss that title over dinner tonight, hey?
And Jon Sindell is out with The Pugilist Poets of Venice, a generational romp that cracks wise and tender.
Fall is the perfect time to snuggle up with some words. Maybe in these shortening days, you’ll have an opportunity to experiment and find your favorites.