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The final installment of award-wining poet Kevin Shlosberg's coming-of-age poetry arc "To Say This is the Way One Man Went." This chapbook rounds out the journey w/ reflection, contemplation, and humor.

This is not center-justified poetry, if you know what I mean. Heavy on Imagery. Light on rhyme.

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About Kevin Shlosberg

Kevin received his BA in English Studies from Rutgers in 1999. He currently resides in San Jose, California with his wife, J. When he's not working at Smashwords, he enjoys napping on the couch with their blind cat, Brie.

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About the Series: To Say This is the Way One Man Went
4-part poetry series that will take you here and there and back again.

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HM69 reviewed on May 18, 2018
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Kevin certainly wears his heart on his sleeve :)
Through his poems, he invites us into his world, exploring it from birth to death, home to Dharmsala, joy to sadness, even sharing his 4am frustration of penning a poem that's suck and wont come out.

I certainly enjoyed reading this anthology and will read it a few times to really get 'inside' the poems.
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Dean Baker reviewed on April 3, 2014

I enjoyed this book, both the subjects and the style of phrasing. I see the informality of the words with ‘yr’ for instance standing in for ‘your’ as a grammatical symbol for the writer being vitally involved with his work, rather than as a casualness betraying any lack of detail.

Because this is my first acquaintance with Kevin’s work, I would really have to become more familiar with his other projects in order to feel the style as it is evolving, but it would not be a surprise to see a further distillation of the subjects and the poems into a long book of one poem with many sections.

Because I have been reading lately Philip Schultz’s work, I felt a similarity with these poems though they own their distinction.The ‘similarity’ exists in the distinction.

The tone of voice which I find almost as important as the subject and as inseparable from the subject matter is one that welcomes scrutiny, and therefore attains a focus not usually found in a lot of modern poetry: leading from detail to overview, from metaphor to a fresh perspective.
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