Authored By: Rob Harle
Year of Publication: 2014
|Pages: 290||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 350.00||Price in (USA) $. 28|
Cover Photo: Alex Clarke
This Unique Poetry Anthology Will Appeal To A Wide And Varied Number Of Poetry Lovers And Possibly Cultural And Historical Researchers. Living Contributors Range In Age From Eleven-years-old To Well Over Ninety, And Come From Many Different Countries And Backgrounds. The Idea Of “ink In The Veins” Or “poetic DNA” Is The Concept Behind This Fascinating Cultural And Historically Important Collection.
There Are Fourteen Primary Contemporary Poets Who Together With Their Ancestors Or Descendants, Number Thirty-six In All. The Book, Through The Original Poetry, Some Never Published Before, Highlights Both The Similarities And Differences Between The Poetic Inspiration And Subject Matter Of Poets From Different Eras And Age Groups.
There Are Many Scans Of Original Handwritten Poems And Historical Photographs, Some As Early As 1880, Which Together With The Printed Poems Give An Almost Palpable Feeling Of History. This Anthology Deserves A Special Place On The Bookshelf.
Rob Harle Is A Writer, Artist And Reviewer. He Writes Poetry, Short Stories, Academic Essays And Reviews. His Work Is Published In Journals, Anthologies, Online, And In Books. He Is On The Editorial Board Of A Number Of International Literary Journals. For Further Information Please See www.robharle.com