A Shape & Sound ~ Andrew Ruzkowski
About the Book:
We think we know language. We think it is ours. The body speaks it. Words are pieces and parts of humans. However, like people, language morphs. Andrew Ruzkowski investigates the complications of language in his long poem A Shape & Sound. The poet explores what words can do to us, in us, and for us. His love of writing, the world, and the beloved take us to a connected space. This long poem begs the reader to explore our collective and individual happenings.
About the Author:
Andrew Ruzkowski lives and writes in Chicago. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Columbia Poetry Review, The New Writer, Willows Wept Review, Black Tongue Review, The Camel Saloon, Emerge Literary Journal, Parable Press, The Bakery, [PANK], and Midwestern Gothic, among others. He has been nominated for a 2013 Pushcart Prize and was a finalist for the 2012 Atlantis Award and the 2012 Kay Murphy Prize for Poetry.
Talented and accredited author, look forward to more writings from Mr.Ruzkowski. This is a great piece of literature and I highly recommend this book and future books to everyone out there.
Great poems, great author, great price. Can’t wait to receive my copy.