A Conspicuous Medium

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Poetry on a wide variety of topics - from rock n' roll, to the stars, and affairs of the heart and soul. This is the second collection of poetry and lyrics by David Sloma, first published as a chapbook by The Necropolis Press in 1996. This is the second edition, expanded.

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Published by Web of Life Solutions
Words: 5,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466181946
About David Sloma

David Sloma is the author of the highly-rated D.U.M.B.s (Deep Underground Military Bases) series of novels, now going into book 6.

His other work includes the MIB Files: Tales of the Men in Black, plus several other sci-fi/fantasy novels and stories.

His short story Cyber was first published in the defunct Alien Skin Magazine. He's also been published in a variety of other publications, magazines, and newspapers over his 30+ years as a writer, and won some awards.

He's given many live readings (including some on Halloween) and was a runner-up in a "poetry slam" where he had to write a poem on the spot to the given topic, then recite it on stage - talk about pressure!

He's written screenplays, both features and shorts, some of which have been made into short films, videos, and documentaries that he's directed.

For more see: http://www.davidsloma.com


A CONSPICUOUS MEDIUM writer's proof #1
The proof copy of my poetry book A CONSPICUOUS MEDIUM (2nd edition) arrived! I wrote the book, then formatted it for a Print On Demand (POD) book for sale through Amazon.com - and can be ordered into bookstores, libraries, and wherever paper books are sold. It has an ISBN number, so it can be easily found. http://DavidSloma.com

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Review by: Darryl Miller on Sep. 29, 2012 :
thank-you for your wonderful words and hard work
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: alexx thirty-seven on Sep. 20, 2011 :
It's been a lifetime since someones poetry made me cry. This did. It was beautiful.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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