Book Blogger Laudes the “Concise and Thoughtful” Poetry of Hazen’s “Girls Like Us”
In their latest review, the book blogger known as "Literary Feline" had only glowing things to say about Elizabeth Hazen's newest collection of poems, Girls Like Us.
"This was my first experience reading Elizabeth Hazen's poetry, and I was immediately taken with the poet's concise and thoughtful prose. I liked how multi-faceted her poetry is in terms of the different directions she takes it and is able to capture ideas and memories in a real and personal way. I think many women will see themselves in her poems"
Read the full review over on their blog HERE
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In a new guest blog post, Elizabeth Hazen shares some cool words from all over the world, and gives us a peek into her recently conquered tsundoku.
On the 12th episode of Rose Reads, Rose Solari goes in-depth on writers writing about writing and art. She reads from her own novel which contains a good deal of beautiful prose about visual art, A Secret Woman, and the extraordinary short work of Richard Peabody as found in The Richard Peabody Reader.
In this episode of Live from the Reading Room, James J. Patterson reads selections from Simone De Beauvoir’s “The Mandarins” and Richard Peabody’s “The Richard Peabody Reader” all in pursuit of the question: Should I write?