In the gaze of the other

"My mistress' eyes are nothing…"

Available on Amazon tomorrow: 19,751 Words an anthology by Some Poets

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Yep, it’s been a work in progress for several months. What started as a fun sort of idea tossed around by members of a splinter group from last April’s Poetry Marathon, developed into a full fledged complete work of passion of …you guessed it, some poets. I am proud to call myself one of those poets. 

This collection of Poetry Marathon survivors’ poetry is not only an ecclectic mix of perspectives and styles but also a visually stunning display of photography and art talent. My humble contributions to the published work have appeared here on this blog, but the poems’ textures change just a little when dressed up in a professional compilation nested among so many other talents. 

My gratitude cannot be measured for the work of the editors and all who brainstormed to get the thing off the floor and out the door. It’s no mean feat to get 50 some odd creative types to agree and collaborate with a single aim. There were casualties on the way. But those who persevered deserve to see their accomplishment come to fruition.

Look us up on Amazon. More specific links (and shameless plugs) to come. πŸ™‚

Peace, 
The Gaze

2 thoughts on “Available on Amazon tomorrow: 19,751 Words an anthology by Some Poets

  1. Congratulations. (Can I get a discount?)

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