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Echoes, Neo-Victorian Poetry Paperback – April 5, 2013
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About the Author
Janice T is an award winning poet from northern California. She has been writing poetry for the past fifty years. Janice writes in the classic Victorian style, and occasionally dabbles in prose. Her work involves tightly woven, unforced verses that allow for as many levels of interpretation as are possible. Janice T has a ardent interest in travel, in history, and in all schools of science. Even so, much of her poetry, and many of the subjects that she chooses to write about, tend to hearken back to the English Lake District poets. Janice T has been an avid fan of the Steampunk genre since the early eighties, and it's influence on her is apparent in some of her “steamier” poems, such as Twist, and Train of Thought. A few samples of her work can be see on her blog at: http://janice-t.weebly.com.
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My Heart Upon A Loom is one of the poems I particularly liked, for its title alone. It reminded me of the poetry of Christina Rossetti, as did How Deep Are The Oceans and Heartscapes. I liked the variety of themes in the book. The poems led me into taverns, on trains, on board ships at sea, orchards and fields of tomatoes. Mr Bleak's Tomatoes was an unusual poem that stood out for me, as did The Train and Neptune's Gift.
Anyone who enjoys reading well written, thoughtful poetry should enjoy reading this book.