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Category Archives: Poetry
Okay, I’m very excited … my first (and most likely last) book of poetry, “Totally Disconnected,” has just been published. With the fabulous help of my sister and her company Rosalind Press, my poetry is now available in physical form. Here’s the blurb:
“We live in an age of disconnection: from our primal animal selves; from the planet we live on and are actively destroying; from relationships with others, whether family, friends, colleagues or leaders. The searing pain of living in this sacred and singular world at this time of collapse and disintegration requires us to focus beyond the crushing noise of civilization. The place Eliot’s poetry inhabits is one that rejects solace. At their core, the poems you will find in Totally Disconnected are unsettled examinations of terrifying wounds.”
It’s available on amazon, here:
Below are some poetry thoughts from Wayne Dodd, from a course I took from him in 1991 at Ohio University. I posted this before on PC, but it’s been a while. Enjoy!