“Where the leaves darken” is Steven Pelcman’s third volume of poetry. This diversified collection takes us on a journey of personal to universal experiences. Poems about a grandmother and her cat, to the streets of Paris, Istanbul, Marrakesh and Prague, the intimacy of a father’s illness and a sister dying to WW 2 as well as everyday small and large experiences. From a bakery to the sea to the homeless, “Where the leaves darken” will enlighten on every page.
|Publisher:||Adelaide Books Publishers|
|File size:||341 KB|
About the Author
Steven Pelcman is an American educator, film producer and published author who has been residing in Germany for over 19 years. Mr. Pelcman’s poetry and short stories have been published in many magazines including The Windsor Review, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Fourth River magazine, River Oak Review, Poetry Salzburg Review, Tulane Review, The Baltimore Review, The Warwick Review, The Cape Rock magazine, The Greensboro Review, enskyment.org, Iodine Poetry Journal, Rockhurst Review magazine and numerous others. He was nominated for the 2012 Pushcart Prize. http://stevenpelcman.blogspot.de