Tara Lynn Hawk
Born in northern California, Tara has traveled and lived in Europe, the United Kingdom and the western United States.
Her writing focuses on social and relationship issues such as isolation, loneliness, marginalization, fear, terror, love and death. She writes in a contemporary, free verse manner. Her poems have been featured in print and on numerous poetry sites including OCCULUM, Rasputin, Midnight Lane Gallery, Uut, Idle Ink, The Cabinet of Heed, Spelk, Anti-Heroin Chic, Social Justice Poetry, Spilling Cocoa on Martin Amis, Wanton Fuckery, The Poet Community, Poems and Poetry and more.
Her varied influences include the Beat Poets including Lew Welch and Ginsberg, as well as Montaigne, Rumi, Baudelaire, Sexton, William Carlos Williams, Lucretius, Shakespeare, Elliot, Wolfe, Yeats, Heaney, Patti Smith, Blake, Panayotopoulos, and Akhmatova. In addition to poetry, she writes flash fiction, humor, critique and film treatments.
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by Tara Lynn Hawk
Rhetorical Wanderlust is the second chapbook of poems from Tara Lynn Hawk featuring forty six poems in contemporary, free verse style. Tara's poems have been published in many poetry venues including Rasputin, Uut, Midnight Lane Gallery, Spelk, Idle Ink, OCCULUM, Social Justice Poetry, Spilling Cocoa, The Poet Community, Poems and Poetry and others.
The Dead - Poetry
by Tara Lynn Hawk
The Dead features thirty-seven original poems by Tara Lynn Hawk. Her writing focuses on social/relationship issues such as isolation, loneliness, marginalization, fear, terror, love and death. She writes in a contemporary, free verse manner and has been published on Rasputin, Midnight Lane Uut, Spelk, Idle Ink, Occulum, Social Justice Poetry, Spilling Cocoa and more.
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Smashwords book reviews by Tara Lynn Hawk
- IMMACULATE DAYS
on June 01, 2017
Rus Khomutoff's word imagery and clever, at times absurd "mad mashup" subject matter are sheer fun to read and share. Really looking forward to another work by him.