Displaying a dazzling array of forms & moods, styles & modes, the poems in this book attempt a chronicle, but one which is (as all good chronicles truly are) emotional first & only built out of time when necessary.
Here we have poems that are written clearly & powerfully, combining an important scene with memorable diction & word choice. “Panic Annie, Bearing a Veil” is a good example of this tendency in the poems. Beginning with a strong endstopped line which evokes as much as it tells, the reader is able to feel their way into the intuitive truth of the scene, learning so much in the process.
The book is broken up into sections & this works well as a thematic & emotional ordering scheme.
–Judge, Writer’s Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards
Our first poetry book got reviewed by Catherine Langrehr. It’s been IndieReader Approved!
Thanks to all of you who requested a book during the GoodReads giveaway. The books are now on the way to the winners. We hope you enjoy it and would love to hear your feedback.
To extend our thanks to everyone who has shown interest, we’ve lowered the price of the book for the month of March. Additionally, we’ve also made an e-book version available in the hopes of reaching as many readers as possible.
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Note: If you are outside of the US, both versions are also available at international Amazon sites.
We’re giving away five copies of first publication, Tell This To Girls: The Panic Annie Poems, by Christine Brandel. Enter before March 1 to win yours.
Goodreads Book Giveaway
Giveaway ends March 01, 2013.
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Through The Split Window published our first poetry collection last month, and here’s a photo of it being read in Taiwan. We’ve gone global!
US buyers can get a copy of the book at Amazon. It’s also available at Amazon sites in the UK, France, and Germany.
Thank you for supporting our venture!