July brings the latest review for Solace in So Many Words — this one is from the Midwest Book Review: California Bookwatch in which we appear in the front page list of “reviewer’s choices” with a dozen or so other books, including ones by Bill Moyers and Sloane Crosley. Here is the link.
Here’s the review:
Solace in So Many Words offers an anthology seeking to define the nature of solace, and offering a collection of literary reflections on what solace means and how to find it. Faced with her own overwhelming need for solace, she called for writings on what solace means and how to find it, contacting her favorite authors and advertising for works. The result blends poetry, essays and fiction by over fifty writers – some notable such as Philip Levine and Antler, others lesser-known. A powerful literary collection, this is a pick for health and literature collections alike!
Thanks for the kind words Midwest Book Review: California Bookwatch!
Happy Independence Day to all!
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