Best Consumed in Contemporary Moonlight is the first in two book series Poetry of Falling Frames by the awarded poet Daniel Buinac. More
Anything that was framed goes down with the falling frames. The content, significant up to the point of the fall, loses its relevance or even existence to the collapse of the frames. If, however, frames are considered as boundaries, the Falling Frames allude to the freedom that comes with the fall and are therefore rebellious to the point of their own existence. Looking through the Falling Frames, the reader gets a glimpse of everyday life from a different perspective.
Best Consumed in Contemporary Moonlight is the first in two book series Poetry of Falling Frames by Daniel Buinac. The awarded poet in this book prepares the Scenery for the fall and tells the Story before paying Tribute to Fragments after the fall. The author is playing with different styles maintaining the atmospheric visuality of words throughout the book.
Daniel Buinac was born in 1972 in Croatia. He won Serbian national award Pegaz for his first book of poetry Short Reminiscence of a Thread in 1995. He moved to London, UK in 2000, where he has been living and writing since.