Dear You

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Dear You

Dear You, a combination of poetry and memoir, by Wade Stevenson is one of the most exposed, unrelenting, and heart-breaking pieces on longing that I’ve read. Like Flutes and Tomatoes (reviewed here), named one of the best Indie books of 2015 by Kirkus ReviewsDear You is a genre Stevenson seems to have created, and if he didn’t create it, he knows his way around the terrain with the temerity of a conqueror. I love the mix of self-reflective recollection and metaphorical lyricism. It rounds out the narrative and answers the nagging questions that straight poetry leaves to the imagination.

Read the review here…

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One Response to Dear You

  1. pjlazos says:

    p.s. There isn’t a picture for “Dear You” on goodreads in case you want to add it. pl

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