Many of the poems in this collection were originally published in:
Bay Laurel Magazine: "Rejection Letter"
Carty's Poetry Journal: "Lust", "Poetry vs. Prose", "Theodicy"
The Cat Magazine (published in the U.K., poetry and prose online edition): "What All Cats Know"
Colorado Life Magazine: "Fallen Angels"
Cyclamens & Swords: "Elementary My Dear Husband", "Pomegranates"
Focus Magazine (published by the British Science Fiction Association in the United Kingdom): "Mannequins"
Jesus Radicals: "Revolutionaries", "The Tale Of The Teeth"
Journal of South Texas English Studies: "Repent!"
Lyrical Passion Poetry E-Zine: "An Epistemology Of Flesh", "Peeping Tom"
The Progressive Christian: "Why Go To Church?"
Pulse--Voices from the Heart of Medicine: "Catching Chickens"
The Soren Kierkegaard Newsletter: "Concluding Unscientific Postscript To Kierkegaard" Shot Glass Journal: "Crumbs Of Cruelty"
Time of Singing: A Christian Literary Magazine: "A Mystery"
Umbrella: a journal of poetry and kindred prose: "Resentment" (Originally published with the title: "Ravenous For Recognition")
Your Hands Your Mouth: "Remembering Jason", "Front Yard/Back Yard"
Among other things, Daniel has been an actor, a singer/lyricist for a folk-rock band, and a union organizer for mental health care workers. He has a BA in Religion Studies with a minor in Theater Arts from the College of Santa Fe in New Mexico and a Masters of Divinity from the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, CO. His academic awards include: The Bishop Melvin E. and Lucile Wheatley Peace and Justice Award for 1999-2000 and The Ronald E. Sleeth Preaching Award for 2002. His poems have been published in numerous respectable literary journals and magazines both in the United States and in England. He is also a member of the Academy of American Poets.
My Review: October 2013 ~ Review Copies ~
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I won this book on Goodreads first reads. I found this book of poetry interesting, I didn't have to spend hours trying to figure out what he was trying to say, like with some poetry. I don't read poetry on a regular basis and I prefer novels. So , I'm delighted when I like the poets work.
View all my reviews