ANNOUNCING WALT’S FIRST POETRY COLLECTION!

I stole the following from my prolific and terrific BlogPal:

“After three years of intensive poem composing, I’ve finally found my nerve to compile my first collection of poems into the limited edition chapbook entitled, WOOD. The inspiration for WOOD was two-fold. Of the poems included, the majority is about my Father who was a very skilled carpenter. It is fitting that Dad worked his mastery of woods while I have developed a mastery of words. Along, with that connection, we lived at 76 Wood Street.

I had gotten a bit ambitious in offering 31 poems in this collection, but strung together, they actually tell the story of my relationship with my Father and that place near the Erie Tracks where we lived and grew up.

I will initially be releasing a limited run (76 copies) of the First Edition of WOOD. I plan on also issuing an audio CD of a reading of the book. The price of either will be $10. However, the combo will be made available together for a special $15 price. Further information will be posted soon. Anyone interested can submit their queries to Walt at wojisme@roadrunner.com with the subject line “Interest in Your Chapbook.”

Number 1 has my name on it. 

Marie Elena

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4 thoughts on “ANNOUNCING WALT’S FIRST POETRY COLLECTION!

  1. I'm up for number two.I'm so glad you're coming out with this, and the theme sounds wonderful. I know you'll do it great justice, and I can't wait to read the collection. :)Londy

  2. CONGA RATS, WALT! That's so awesome. I'm so very, very glad for you. It sounds like it's going to be a beautiful book, and a beautiful read.

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