TOP 9 POETRY BOOKS I READ IN THE SUMMER OF 2014

100_6240Top 9 Poetry Books I Read In The Summer Of 2014

By Jorge Antonio Vallejos  

I read these books in Calgary, Regina, and Bayfield, Ontario.

My eyes hit pages of poems while sipping coffee in the Higgins family kitchen, on my friend Cindy Bourgeois‘s balcony, at Wascana Lake, on a cottage porch, and sitting on the beach on Lake Huron.

Top ten lists are the in thing now.  I like being different.  Here are 9 books I recommend!

1. She Dreams In Red by Alexis Kienlen

2. Things That Matter Now by Bob Stallworthy

3. Guys Named Bill by Leslie Greentree

4. Love In A Handful Of Dust by Kirk Ramdath

5. Go Go Dancing For Elvis by Leslie Greentree

6. Tom Three Persons by Yvonne Trainer

7. Optics by Bob Stallworthy

8. Yes by Rosemary Griebol

9. Inside The Onion by Harold Nemerov

What poetry books did you read this summer?  What do you recommend? Comment below!

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About Black Coffee Poet

Black Coffee Poet is a mixed race poet, essayist, and journalist who focuses on Social Justice, Indigenous Rights, STOPPING Violence Against Women, Film, and Literature.
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