Paper Radio

Paper Radio Poetry that tracks the transformative moment where emotion and deep memory seek form through sound and image

  • Title: Paper Radio
  • Author: Damian Rogers
  • ISBN: 9781550228922
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry that tracks the transformative moment, where emotion and deep memory seek form through sound and image.

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      Published :2019-02-04T16:39:09+00:00

    1 thought on “Paper Radio”

    1. This is one of those books you can read on and on, I think. :o) I was hooked right from the first poem (Redbird - I think it was the use of French that made me smile. Also, it is kind of like a poetic version of one of my favourite Salvador Dali paintings (The Hallucinogenic Toreador), except that for Damian Rogers the inspiration was a matchbox, not a pencil box.) I read the poems one after the other, getting some, not getting others, but then it occured to me that a book of poems is to be read [...]

    2. So many different forms, so many beautiful words. I got lots of chills and need a sweater now. Rogers seems to be a master at wrapping up the end of a poem; each is complete. So insightful and inspiring, even when not uplifting. Kudos.

    3. A very interesting collection. I'm not really that qualified to give a review of a poetry collection, at least when it comes to discussing all the technical aspects that make the poems great and all the imagery and stuff. All I know is what I like, and I do like a lot. Of these poems, my favourites are the ones where Damian tells a definite story, like "Autobiography" or "Better Living Through Industry". I also liked "Biography". The appearance of a red bird throughout the book was also a clever [...]

    4. I really liked this collection of poems. There was excellent use of repetition of images, strands of myth and pop culture and an overall darkness to the collection that I appreciated. Read with the author in Toronto.

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