Out Inside is a homage to SELF. It starts by paying tribute to the "hand" which has kept the poet company at the desk and put down what he meant to be read. It ends with an unoccupied cup which also has been a faithful company to the poet every time he sat at the desk to write--a Rondo! Martin Foroz writes about every single touch to the soul, to the heart, to the mind, to the association of this trinity and to the pain of disintegration of this when it comes to making decisions. Martin is a collection of languages: he voices a kiddo, a philosopher, an ideologist, a linguist, a thinker inside walls, a living poet society, a lame soldier, a drunk--a sober drunk. Out Inside is worth reading.
|Publisher:||Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.66(d)|
About the Author
Martin Foroz (Mohammad Forouzani) is an Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, born in Iran in 1964. He is presently living in Oman and teaching at the University of Nizwa. His previous publications concern language teaching and linguistics areas, including An Illustrative Dictionary of Semantics, which is in press. Regarding literary pieces, he has been writing poems in both Persian (native language) and English for the past twenty years. His English poems have been published in different literary journals listed in his first collection of poems, Inside Out, published by Olympia Publishers. Martin is a nature-lover fond of photography, and is interested in travelling and discovering new places and cultures. In his poems, Martin defamiliarizes the knowns, writes of regular irregularities, zooms in and out in slow pace, and reaches pathos in his ink to tell about what's Out there that creeps Inside--which ""makes all the difference"".