What’s a great way to celebrate National Poetry Month? Easy, by reading more poetry! How do you read more poetry? By buying more poetry and supporting great poets in the process. It’s good to support poets (authors, and all artists) so we can keep putting out more work for you to read.
Today I’d like to share a collection that you may have seen on the blog last year when it came out. It’s by Joanne Marlowe, a fellow poet who’s so supportive of the arts. She deserves a bit more exposure, and I’m here to help do that. I hope you consider spreading the word about her collection, as well. If you’ve already read it, it’s not her only collection. Click that order link below and you’ll find other work by her!
Now, before I let you go off to read some more poetry, here’s a little bit about Marlowe’s collection Unfinished Ink. There may even be a poem or two down there to tease you.
If you’d like a copy of this collection, you can order it directly from the Marlowe’s site:
About the Author:
Joanne Marlowe was born on June 3rd, 1975 in Montreal, Quebec. Joanne currently resides in Hamilton, Ontario where she is continuing to work on her writing, developing new screenplays and publishing poetry. She strives to help promote local art and artists and encourages others to do so as well.
She is also the author of My Little Book of Randoms and self publishes her work under Strangegirl Publications. Her style of writing is short and sweet and to the point, much like herself and her personality. Her poetry can be playful at times but also tragic. Powerfully raw and candid, her words will resonate with you.
Joanne is currently working on her third book of poetry and hopes that 2016 will lead to some big projects that include film and music.
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