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The Madness of Empty Spaces Kindle Edition
Not all poetry is roses and green forests. There are those of us who tremble into a darker world when the words spill out of our fingers, such is the nature of our madness. There is a few select working and living in the darker forms of poetry, those who spew out the daunting and sometimes horrific subjects the world around us has to offer. The Madness of Empty Spaces is a celebration of the macabre; an in depth look at the darker side of poetry. David E. Cowen has produced a stunning collection of work in this latest book, The Madness of Empty Spaces, published through Weasel Press. We invite all our readers to open up and explore a revived world of poetry, a world that isn’t afraid to tingle the senses and chill our bones. The words in this collection will leave you all haunted and itching for more. We are excited to include this collection in our 2014 line up and we’re certain you’ll love every daunting moment. Purchase your copy of, The Madness of Empty Spaces by David E. Cowen today!
About the Author
A trial attorney by trade and author of a volume of poetry entitled Sixth and Adams (PW Press 2001). David lives in Houston, Texas with his wife Susan and his two sons. He practices law in the historical city of Galveston, Texas which has inspired much of his poetry and photography. His poems have been published in various online journals (such as Eclectica, The Bri-dge, Gumball Poetry, The Cynic, Cosmic Debris, Wired Hearts and others), as well as hard copy journals published by George Mason University, University of Texas at Edinburg (formerly Pan American University), Stephen F. Austin University, Sam Houston State University and many privately published journals, in the U.S. and abroad, as well. His poetry was featured in the Canadian Broadcasting Company's radio program "Outfront" in a 2005 tribute on 9/11. His most recent poetry publications include poems placed in "Dark Portal" (UH Downtown), Harbinger Asylum and the Austin International Poetry Festival Anthology (2014). Thisibelieve.org published an essay of David's in its 2012 collection "On Motherhood" currently available in bookstores. In 2012 CineAction Magazine, Canada's leading film journal, published David's essay review of Danel Olson's The Exorcist: Studies in the Horror Film (2012 Centipede Press). Three short scholarly articles on the subject of zombie films written by David will appear in June Pulliam's The Encyclopedia of the Zombie: The Walking Dead in Popular Culture and Myth to be published in June of 2014 by Greenwood publishing. David has a number of fiction and analytical projects in the works. His short story, "Goth Thing," adapted from his unpublished novel "The Goth Sabbatical", has just appeared in the Exotic Gothic 5, Volume 1 published by PS Publishing. The Exotic Gothic series, edited by Danel Olson, has been the past recipient of the Shirley Jackson Award and the World Fantasy Conference Award. David is an affiliate member of the Horror Writers Association, a member and attendee of the World Fantasy Conference, the Austin International Poetry Festival, the Houston Poetry Festival as well as the President and a lifetime member of the Gulf Coast Poets Chapter of the Texas Poetry Society. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B00PX8QL2U
- Publisher : Weasel Press (November 20, 2014)
- Publication date : November 20, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 357 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 62 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,988,074 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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