FREE advanced copy of Richard Rensberry’s The Wolf Pack Moon: Poems (Quick Turtle Books, 2015) in exchange for an honest review!
The lion’s share of the poems contained in this book was written under the influence of the wolf pack moon during the months of January and February of 2015. This is the name of the winter moon as given by the Algonquin Indians that hunted and gathered the Great Lakes State of Michigan where the author spent his youth. The hard northern winters are a battle between optimism and pessimism and these poems are a reflection of that struggle. These are verses of the lands within and the lands without as written beneath the glow of the wolf pack moon.
RICHARD RENSBERRY grew up on a small farm in Northern Michigan accumulating spiritual riches only the heart of nature can distill. These riches weave themselves in and out of his poetry like the rhyme and rhythm of his words. He has the blood of a wolf and the heart of a gypsy. He is married to fellow author and muse, Mary Rensberry. They are the co-authors of the book It’s Black and White/A Turtle Quest for the Ages. Together, they founded QuickTurtle Books® in 2013.
To learn more, visit www.richardrensberry.com
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13 thoughts on “POETRY REVIEWERS WANTED!”
Sounds like an interesting book. Let us know when it’s available for sale.
I’d love to give it a read.
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I would be happy to review it, honestly. What is the time line you would need it completed in?
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Just sent you an email, Bruce. 🙂
I’m Director of Purling Book Press, author and poet, too. My most recent volume of poetry “Writing on Air” has just been released. I’d be interested in some sort of Indie swap: of books to begin with. Cheers, Laurie Keim
Hi Laurie, thanks for your note. Perhaps you’d be interested in emailing the author directly? firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m the author of this volume: Writing on air.”
If you leave a postal address, I’ll send you a copy. A reciprocal swap–Indie style.
Hi Laurie, You’ll have to contact the author directly, as I am not the author of the book up for review. Thanks!
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