NEW Review of the Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, Cutting Eyes from Ghosts!

By Juliet Cook

“Den Bleyker’s ghosts, in this collection of poetry, are beings that cease to exist as individuals in the human sense of the term, but are still in process of transitioning to the realm of the immaterial. And that transition is rocky: ghosts have a tendency to revisit places in the world they once knew. In Den Bleyker’s view, the most intimate place a ghost knew before it crossed over was the body it once inhabited. That body, like any human body, is subject to decay, disintegration, and destruction.”
From a very interesting new review of the Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, “Cutting Eyes from Ghosts” by Ariana D. Den Bleyker.
Thank you very much to Mary Riley and Glass Poetry Press for writing and publishing this review.

Read the entire review here –

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Source:: Blood Pudding Press