Dead Letters JP Reese (2013-ČERVENÁ BARVA PRESS)
JP Reese’s Dead Letters (2013-ČERVENÁ BARVA PRESS) is a captivating and compelling chapbook of poems that will keep you coming back for more. Each of the twenty poems in this collection is an exploration of lyrical language, vivid imagery and human emotion. Reese’s dedication to the craft is evident in the way she deliberately uses form to serve function in order to create a sense of time and place and to convey the message in each individual poem. Each of the poems in Dead Letters flows effortlessly when read off the page and is spellbinding when read aloud. While the poems in Dead Letters are readily accessible, they are also subtly nuanced and have the kind of depth that reveals something new with each reading. This is a really fine short collection written by a fine poet. This chapbook is one well worth reading and adding to your library. You’ll find yourself going back to it again and again.
March 9, 2014 at 4:02 am
Reblogged this on Isabell Serafin and commented:
Another fellow Fictionauter whose work I’ve been reading over the years.
March 9, 2014 at 8:29 pm
Hey Isabell! Thanks for commenting! Looks like you’re busy on a really cool project!