TW&B reviewed in TIME OF SINGING

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From Joanne Stokkink‘s review of The Wall & Beyond:

“If being inspired and made to think is part of the happiness that some say is the purpose of poetry, Joanna Kurowska’s latest poetry collection The Wall and Beyond meets that purpose and then some. Her poems entice you with simplicity and ease in reading and then stand you on your head.”  (Time of Singing. Vol. 41. Fall 2014, p. 20)

To read the entire review, click HERE

Copied with permission from Joanne Stokkink and Time of Singing

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The Wall & Beyond reviewed

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In his Amazon review of The Wall & Beyond, Aldo De Martelaere states:

There are many treasures to discover in ‘The Wall & Beyond’. As with all great poetry books, I will read parts of it time and again.

read the entire review

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New review of TW&B

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From J. Federico Martin‘s review of The Wall & Beyond:

“Her poems have the feeling of a silence that looks at you and makes you look at the familiar; such as a wall, that suddenly makes you realize that what we touch as something solid and indifferent, is actually as evanescent as a curtain…” read the entire review

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“The Wall & Beyond” reviewed in RART!

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A phenomenal review of The Wall & Beyond, by Wendy Vardaman, has just appeared in Religion And The Arts (# 18.1-2).

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Reading THE RED BOOK

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While reading The Red Book by C.G. Jung, I begin to understand why some modern scholars (and religious leaders!) can see this work as a bit of an embarrassment.  Not only, through evoking myth, does The Red Book fly in the face of modern rationalism on the one hand, and the established “concepts of God” on the other.  It awakens (and subverts!) both the heroic and the shameful in us.

read more…

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Just published!

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Poem “Mother” in Poetry Nook Magazine (Plum White Press LLC, Vol.4).
This poem has previously appeared in The Wall & Beyond (eLectio Publishing 2013).

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New review!

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A new 5-star review of THE WALL & BEYOND, by Laura Bailey, on Amazon

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