I was thrilled when the brilliant Christine Ray of Brave and Reckless asked me to read and review an advanced copy of her debut collection, 'Composition of a Woman', and let me tell you guys, you are going to want to mark your calendars for its July 31st release date! This book is fire, unbridled, … Continue reading Book Review – Composition of a Woman – by Christine Ray
I wouldn't call myself a poetry whore, but there is something about a well-placed comma that really revs my engine. © Nicole Lyons 2018
Meet Georgia Park, she’s ridiculously inspiring and hella talented.
The editors of Sudden Denouement Literary Collective know that our strength is our writers. We hope that you enjoy getting to know them through our new Writer Interview Series.
What name do you write under?
In what part of the world do you live?
I live in Salem, MA, USA. I lived in South Korea for several years and saved up enough money while I was there that I could have started a life anywhere. I considered moving to Germany or Chicago afterwards, but Salem is my Ithaca. It’s a small, touristy town on the ocean with a community of artists, which includes some of my greatest friends and worst enemies. I need the friends to inspire me and the enemies to keep my competitive edge.
It also has a lot of little pockets of nature for hiking, fantastic diners, is close to NYC, Boston, and Vermont, and…
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The brilliant Georgia Park reviews my book.
Sudden Denouement’s own Georgia Park tells you why ‘I am a World of Uncertainties Disguised as a Girl’ should be in your library.
‘I am a World of Uncertainties Disguised as a Girl is available for purchase at Amazon.com
I love her work so much
It was a late night when the notion came;
Black and atrous in the dry car park.
Night was cruel – weekend smelled like beer and dark,
A mouth-organ’s growl ran as nuns in shame
Behind her heel, music and love like red
Syrup oozed through her white gold flesh. ‘Kind sweet
Abandon – here I sink my thirsting teeth
Into thy bitter lemon starlight, said
To tell us – close and fragrant – of our gloom.
My word – how I am stuck in this life’s cement!’
She wants to watch the Osprey, awful claws and
Black-tipped wings abeat to topple Doom,
The horrible slicing of silver flesh —
Puccoon drops t’wards foamy throes, Death’s velvet
Smalt does seduce the coy in brilliance
She curiously craves. Still, as the Osprey fight,
She would the small Swift be; ‘Oh tireless Swift,
Who sleeps in flight, thy burnet body quick
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I have torn my wings again, darling and the blisters are raw on my feet, but I will meet you deep in the woods with nothing more than a cold heart and a fiery soul. I have been watching clocks again, darling and how flowers bloom the way seasons die, and I have been waiting … Continue reading Again, Darling