Boston Dialect: Volume I

Boston Dialect: Volume I

by Paul Tait

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Overview

Designed to capture Paul Tait's thought process\inspiration process as he wrote from poem to poem, 'Boston Dialect Volume I' purposely runs the poems end to. With just a space or a flourish\date to separate them, none originally had a title.

For the published edition, Paul created titles for each work to allow for a Table of Contents; easing navigation for readers.

Also, he has split the book into two volumes as current limitations on how much a living poet ought to publish at once make the entire work unreviewable (too much for even the most post-modern mind to handle). One day they will be combined and presented in the correct manner Tait designed them to be.

More than anything else, 'Boston Dialect Volume I' illustrates the mind of a creative agent as it travels from expression to expression.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781912643004
Publisher: NCP
Publication date: 06/01/2018
Series: Boston Dialect , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

For four decades Paul Tait has performed both as a band leader and as a singer/songwriter/pianist. He independently released a series of critically acclaimed recordings, including: "Pop Musician", "Television City", "I Still Believe", "Back In Business", "Angels Of The City", "Song to the Moon" "1975", "Frenemies", and "I Didn't Quit I Surrendered". As a poet Paul has published five volumes, "Stray Lines", "Markings in the Cave", "Pirate Conductor", "Sand 'n Ashes" and "Seven Centers". All have been universally acclaimed. Originally from Peabody MA, Tait currently resides in Marion County FL. He is currently working on a new album of music Critics say this about Paul Tait: "Brilliant, simply brilliant!" -Rabia Tanveer "The verse often ranges from the subliminal to the sublime, evoking from the wreckage of an imperfect world the possibility of hope and sacred redemption, though always with a shred of doubt." - Joel R. Dennstedt "All of Tait's poetry is comprised of tightly woven lines and a perfect balance of rhyme, alliteration, and assonance." -Jamie Michele "The beauty of Paul Tait's poems is in their depth and how multi-faceted they are; you have to draw compound meanings from each poem, making them fitting for any moment in life." –Ryan Jordan "I can safely say I've never read contemporary poetry this good." -K.C. Finn

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