Wylde-Serenity is the debut literary effort by Jonathan Faia..A completely unique effort in the style of Ginsberg and Kerouac with a modern dark twist.. Some efforts beautiful and passionate, while others grow torturous and sadistic.. A truly great inaugural effort and long overdue.. Some efforts dating back to the early 1990's finally put to paper. Dan Williams of Poetryhunter.com says,"A truly great collection. Nothing but feeling and passion on every page." Sarah Venegas of the Academy of American Poets said,"It's hard to believe this work is a debut. It's too passionate, raw thought provoking. An excellent read." poets.org Nicholas Simpson member of Poetrynation.org said,"I was honored to be one of the first to read this book. I love the writing style and the vivid images this book forces you to imagine.. Unbelievable." Shil Patel member of Poetry.com says, "This effort was so impacting...The dark is so dark the passionate and romance is blinding and radiant. A perfect rollercoaster ride forcing the reader to deal with their own demons, and loves.. I love this effort and have read it three times since it's arrival..." Get your copy today
|Publisher:||jonathan faia/ diggypod press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Jonathan Faia a late bloomer to the literary world releases, "Wylde Serenity". With a deep love for poetry, writing and the "Beat Generation" he set out in the early 1990's collecting writings later which became his debut book "Wylde Serenity". With a deep love for the 1960's Beat Generation poetry he began writing with the same anger, passion and sometimes desperation as did his early heroes. An English major in college he studied English Lit while bouncing from university to university. He spent his days indulging in the works of Kerouac, Ginsberg, Plath, and Herman Hesse hoping that one day he too would touch someone with his work. Now in his 30's Faia has just begun to tap into his true calling and hopes to inspire a whole new generation who feel hopeless, lost and desperate to do great things.