Thursday, February 17, 2011

Lyrical and Often Haunting: Review of The Alchemist's Kitchen



Thanks to Style, Substance, Soul, for a feature on Read More Poetry. Surely, that's sound advice for most of us. I know I need more poetry in my life, especially in Week  7 of the quarter -- where I am now! Here is a review that Style, Substance, Soul printed along with a great review of Elizabeth Austen's, The Girl Who Goes Alone. 
"The poems of Susan Rich explore the world around and inside us with raw emotion and sensitivity. The words themselves are lyrical and often haunting, and titles like An Army of Ellipses Traveling Over All She Does Not Say … beckon you in with their humanity and universality. Her collection, The Alchemist’s Kitchen, is a warm and welcoming place which will feed and nurture your soul. "
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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the link to the full article. I enjoyed reading it.

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  2. Thank you, Maureen for reading it!

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