Stephen Honig – Week 14 Chapbook Chart 2021

This collection of poetry traces the daily experiences and the emotional toll of living through the first ten months of the COVID 19 pandemic. Sharing universal experiences may well assist in coming to terms with the wounds with which we have experienced this most traumatic year.

Steve Honig has been writing poetry for five decades. Classically educated in the Ivy League but better educated in the streets of Brooklyn, Steve Honig has a voice that is sometimes hard-edged, sometimes intensely sensitive, and always unexpected. The personal and the intellectual blend and clash in Steve’s writings; the struggle for feeling and the demands of communication are at an uneasy détente. Steve has four children, widely separated in years. He lives with his wife, his youngest son and a dog whose feet are always muddy, in a Boston suburb. He practices corporate law during the daylight hours.

1 – OBLIGATORY COVID CHAPBOOK – Stephen Honig (Gatekeeper Press, 2021)

2 – Upon an Icy Peak – Noah Patterson (Independently published, 2020)

3 – Safe among the Roses – J. Lynn Sheridan (Independently published, 2021)

4 – GALVIN KILLED A COUPLA’ PEOPLE – Ralph Myers (Independently published, 2020)

5 – The Animal After Whom Other Animals Are Named: Poems – Nicole Sealey (Northwestern University Press, 2016)

6 – It’s Loud in Here – Alyssa Pike (Independently published, 2021)

7 – Ethereality – Libby L. Taylor (Independently published, 2020)

8 – Mushrooms, Math and Grammar – Wayne W Lysobey (Independently published, 2021)

9 – On Imagination – Mary Ruefle (Sarabande Books, 2017)

10 – Sherlock Holmes: A Flash In The Pan – William Meikle (Independently published, 2020)

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