Skirting the Edge

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Collection of narrative and lyrical verses of Love, Loss, Friendship and Regret, spanning from late 2006 to mid 2010.

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About Kieran J. Evans

Kieran J. Evans is a fledgling adult en route to either make a name for himself, or crash and burn; either way he’ll likely have a bit too much fun doing so in the process. When not hunched over his desk writing, he makes various artistic crowns of flowers, shells, and trash; or is being beaten up by other nerds with foam weapons. Alternatively, sleeping, because it’s good for what ails you. For further inquiries, you can track him down via social media.


Sample - Grey Sky performance
Performed at the Mackay Eisteddfod in 2011. It won second place. This piece was written for and is dedicated to my late maternal grandmother who was also my teacher of the Fine Arts for nearly fifteen years. Not a dry eye in the audience (or on stage) by the end.

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Review by: Kim Lobley on March 11, 2013 :
This was so beautifully written. I could feel the emotion seeping out of the words as I read, bringing me to tears several times throughout. A wistful smile from me, here and there as well. Complete and utter awe. ♥
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Raigan Snell on Sep. 16, 2012 :
Excellent! Worth way more than the $3 I payed for it! Beautiful, I sure hope you publish more. I tore right through it. Honestly I love your work Kieran!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: jennifer boehm on Feb. 21, 2012 :
Amazing! heartfelt! made me cry in a good way. Keep up with the wonderful work Kieran.
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Review by: Kayla Chesney on July 8, 2011 :
I LOVED this book! It's beautifully written and truly let's the reader into the heart of the author, I believe. I can't wait for a second one to be published!
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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