Category Archives: Book Review

Just What We Need: Thoughtful and Humorous Poetry about Angels

During this pandemic, many people have probably tapped into spirituality, even if they aren’t religious. Since childhood, we’ve always been intrigued by the idea of guardian angels who walk with us and protect us when we need them. Now, we … Continue reading

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New Reviews of Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing

Here are some of the latest reviews of my new poetry/reference book, Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing. (236 pages). Thanks to all of you who’ve taken the time to read my book and  to comment! Much appreciated! Keep writing … Continue reading

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Read This New Poetry Collection

A new collection, arrhythmia: haiku by Bruce H. Feingold takes us on the adventure of the poet’s life and renews our spirit with acceptance, gratitude, and wonder for our own journeys. Feingold, a psychologist, and award-winning haikuist of three other … Continue reading

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Book Review: New Poetry Collection by Michael Escoubas

In Steve Henderson in Poetry and Paint, by Poet Michael Escoubas, we are offered an exceptional collection of ekphrastic poems complementing the art pieces of Henderson, a nationally-known painter. Escoubas’ poems are inspired by thirty-two of Henderson’s pieces, the latter … Continue reading

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Read This Great Review Posted Today!

http://highlandparkpoetry.org/reviewsthanks.html Many thanks to Michael Escoubas for reviewing my new book, and writing a terrific review at that!

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A New Book by Seasoned Author and Editor Robin Stratton!

The measure of evaluating whether autobiographical poems and essays are entertaining and thoughtful is when you feel as if you’ve know the author all your life, despite never having met her. This is how readers will feel after reading Robin … Continue reading

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Book Review–Read Jennifer Dotson’s Delightful Classic: Clever Gretel

  Poet Jennifer Dotson’s classic, Clever Gretel, is a generous collection of poems of self-realization and reminiscences. Her style throughout is imaginative, elegantly simple, and delightful. Through her imagination, she transforms the familiar into the unique. The book is reader-friendly, … Continue reading

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Blog Special: A Stunningly–Beautiful Poetry Collection by Mary Jo Balistreri

In Gatheriing the Harvest, Mary Jo Balistreri has created a stunningly-beautiful, deeply personal, and generous poetry collection that brings us closer to insights, truths, and wisdom relevant to our lives. Balistreri has the courage to face life’s challenges and write … Continue reading

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Jan. 16, 2020 Special to The Daily Haiku: Collection by Jeannie Martin

Longtime haikuist Jeannie Martin has just published a delightful collection, touch of light, amazing in its simplicity and thoughtfulness. Besides containing many poetic gems, an added bonus is that it inspires readers to write haiku by giving them ideas on … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku Special: June 25, 2019

Tsugigami:gathering the pieces, by haikuists/linked verse poets Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff and Connie R Meester, is an artful collection that is well-worth your time and attention. I don’t often review books, due to having many commitments, but some poetry collections I … Continue reading

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