I have two books to announce. Both of them are published right now, 2020, and both were written throughout 2019, mostly in the Put Pen to Paper Marathon sessions, yes – but they are not twins.
Instead of dividing the year into quarterly or biannual books, as I have done in the past, I divided the poetry I wrote by genre? style? differences? Don’t quite know what to call it, but what I did was create one book for counted-syllable poems (haiku, shadorma, etc.) and another book for free-form poetry.
I don’t know why I decided to do this, but I like the way it worked out, and I think I’ll keep it up for this coming year. But, back to the purpose of this post. Let me introduce these two books.
The counted-syllable book is Count Syllables on Your Fingers. (I wonder where I got the idea for this title? Because that’s how I figure these poems out, syllable-wise…) It’s available at Amazon here.
And here is the second book, Use All Your Eyes to See. A book full of free-form poetry. It’s available at Amazon here.
Thank you to everyone who follows my poetry on the blog or in print. It means a lot to me.
Here is a visual look at all of the poetry books I have written. All of them are available on Amazon.
And… here are three other books I’ve written, not poetry. Also at Amazon.