January 17, 2014


Note Left like Silver On The Eyes of the Dead, December 2013by Jeff Whitney
Jeff Whitney’s poems combine clarity of mind, seriousness and humor, a broad sense of time and culture, deep feeling, and a kind of music that makes one listen more intently, that makes one want to read these poems again and again. Like sharing a jug of wine with Li Po or sipping espresso with Picasso, reading Jeff Whitney’s poems is time well spent.                                                                                                                      —Greg Pape, author of Four Swans

Note Left like Silver On The Eyes of the Dead, December 2013
by Jeff Whitney

Jeff Whitney’s poems combine clarity of mind, seriousness and humor, a broad sense of time and culture, deep feeling, and a kind of music that makes one listen more intently, that makes one want to read these poems again and again. Like sharing a jug of wine with Li Po or sipping espresso with Picasso, reading Jeff Whitney’s poems is time well spent.
                                                                                                                      —Greg Pape, author of Four Swans

2 notes
tags #chapbooks jeffwhitney

2 Notes

  1. travoltaballad reblogged this from slashpinepress
  2. arsmith6 reblogged this from slashpinepress
  3. slashpinepress posted this