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Tsunami of Love reviewed

June 5, 2013 by

Dear Friends,

My book Tsunami of Love: A Poems Cycle has been reviewed several times.
Reviewed in print publications and online. Reviewed from Brooklyn to
Kathmandu and from Edinburgh to Amsterdam. And always favorably. Now it has
been reviewed again, by Mark McCawley in Urban Graffiti magazine. Only this
time it is a review of the Kindle edition (published in 2012), as well as
the CD version (with me reciting the entire collection). It’s an amazing
review, one that has rendered me both breathless and incredibly humbled. And
the latter even though I tend to agree with Lenny Bruce that ‘humility is
the worst form of ego.’ I mean, to be compared to Leonard Cohen (my favorite
living poet and songwriter!), and my book to one of his, is beyond awesome.
It is out-of-sight joy making. I feel truly honored.

So please do read this latest review now

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Dear All,

My poetry CD Dangerous Precipice was released in 2004. Thirty-three of my own poems, plus me reciting seven poems by three other poets (A. E. Housman, Lord Byron, and Robert W. Service).

That was followed three years later by my recording of Tsunami of Love: A Poems Cycle.

These are now available for online downloading via New Antique Records.

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Hello Book Lovers!

As many of you know, Tsunami of Love: A Poems Cycle appeared in print in September 2005. While two years later, I released a CD version, with me reciting the entire cycle. Now Barncott Press in London has published the book in an Amazon Kindle edition, complete with a newly expanded introduction.

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