I added to this post. Now it’s an actual review. Sorry it took so long, Luanne.
Yesterday and today: Merril's historical musings
I have updated and added to this post.
So–this arrived last night. I left it on the kitchen table, and I just started reading it–you know, leafing through it the way one does–and I got sucked in. I had to force myself to put it down because I have work to do. It is a powerful, lyrical mixture of poetry and prose, tragic accounts of everyday life–stories from her family history. Well, at least that’s what I’ve read so far. I’ll return for more in a bit.
OK, back to work now!
Luanne Castle is an award-winning poet. You can read more about her here.
So, nearly five years later, I’ll finish this review, which I thought I had done. Though I can’t really argue with my summary or that “You should probably read this.”
Kin Types is a selection of poetry and poetic prose that is based on…
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Thanks for introducing to this very interesting poetry, Merril! Have a good week! xx Michael
You’re welcome, Michael. And thank you! 💙
🙏 Thanks as well for always interesting thoughts, Merril! Enjoy you day! xx Michael
5 years later is interesting, but mostly Luanne Castle is the one who piques.
Thank you Merril!
Thank you, Resa. It’s an interesting book of poetry.
This sounds intriguing, Merril – thanks for sharing!
You’re very welcome. 🙂
I read Luanne’s book last week, and it left quite an impression.
Oh, that’s wonderful, Ken.