I had a pleasant surprise the other day when I discovered that Front Porch Journal recently reviewed The Diegesis, the 2013 poetry collection cowritten with Joshua Young and released by Gold Wake Press.
It was a very flattering review. But mostly I’m happy to see that at least someone is still reading the collection a year after its release. I’ve been learning that while poetry collections through indie presses may not sell in the tens of thousands (or really anywhere even close), but sometimes they can have a nice, slow burn. Here’s to slow burns.
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