Thank you Sally Cronin for featuring reviews of my book The Garden Black and Jemima Pett’s White Water Landing.
Take a moment, if you can to pop across and see what reviewers Marjorie Mallon (for TGB) and Sally Cronin (WWL) thought of these books.
Thank you, Sally for your support in featuring The Garden Black.
Over the course of the summer months I will be sharing the recommended authors who feature in the Smorgasbord Bookshelf along with their books and a selected review.
The first book today is the poetry collection by Frank Prem – The Garden Black and other speculations (Free Verse Poetry) –
About the book
The Garden Black poetry collection is a venture into fantasy and speculative fiction based on the dual themes of rain forest and fantasy.
. The rainforest becomes a desert, and then the sea.
. A man in a satellite orbits the earth while playing his violin and pondering. A girl gazes up at the passing light and dances.
. Od Ovo – a youth who is from here, raises the dust of frustrated boredom on a mining asteroid, and cannot believe traveller tales of places where water falls from the sky.
. What colour are the flowers…
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