In Writing in Form, Michael Terry offers a collection of uniquely independent verse that is never afraid to challenge the reader spiritually and intellectually. In fact, his brilliant command of word and language stimulates a kind of existential reflection that is both amusing and disturbing at the same time. The author is incredibly versatile: A Tornado Hit the Neighboring Town and A Wolf and Me ...
Paperback: 132 pages
Publisher: Cold River Studio; First Edition edition (December 8, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 12844240
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is strong narrative capacities to capture moving tales, always testing the edges of story and myth. Insights into human behavior and man's capacities for love and hate are beautifully explored in A Leg from Shankill, Emmett Till, and You Must Suffer and Die, while Dresden and Blood Lines represent uniquely moving insights into historical self-awareness. Terry's poetry can be smoothly traditional or offbeat, often representing approaches to metaphysical exposition that can use both humor and pain like bludgeons. Whether through Terry's delightful tongue-in-cheek irony or his profoundly moving analyses of the human condition, you will be educated, moved and entertained by the poetry of this bright new star.