Poet Candy Shue reviews “Voting Booth After Dark” for “Folly Magazine”

Posted on March 30, 2011


Poet Candy Shue reviews The Voting Booth After Dark: Despicable, Embarrassing, Repulsive for the March Issue of Folly Magazine!

Stand Out Passages:

Prose is story and carries the book’s narrative, while poem is essence and carries its meaning.

Like The Voting Booth After Dark, life itself is indeed a DIY, hybrid-gene project — and making art out of life has always been the writer’s best answer to it.

Read the whole review by clicking here and scrolling down to pgs. 43 – 44.

Thanks for your support & enjoy!