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Book Title: Red Winds Howl|
The author of the book: Peter Standish Evans
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Edition: Steel Imprint Publishing
Date of issue: May 30th 2012
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This collection from poet and novelist Peter Standish Evans references his poems from the 1980s in southern England, through travels and times in eastern and southern Africa, to the current decade of the 2010's.
An early proponent of the British "neo-metallic realism" school of poetry, these works reflect on the psychotic and physical burdens of the pixel age. Subjects range from the base-terror of life on the edge in Somalia, to daily cosmic uncertainty. From the interconnectivity of the death-run of pilots struggling through war, to modern cars speeding through chicanes, all hell bent on psychological destruction.
Life is sucked in, the musings of existence laid bare..
"never mould the body to the spirit or run when the night owl flies"
From the author of the novel; ominous: borders: coffee
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Read information about the authorPeter Standish Evans was born in England. Author and poet, he started writing with 70's poets in a school termed 'Neo Metallic Realism'. Their influences had crossed borders; including Hendrix, Bolan and Morrison, whose music and lyrics combined to inspire young writers; also influential were the US Beat poets and the UK 'Mersey Sound' poets, Patten, McGough and Henri; all iconic pathfinders whose various styles had significant impact on many developing poets. The realism of street poetry, and the metallic energy of pre-pixel life, blasted through Vox AC30's, had sway on followers. Evans's poetry collection "Red Winds Howl" reflects that leverage, moving into the next decades. "Ominous: Borders: Coffee" is his debut novel, and the first in the 'Ominous Mystery' series. A beautiful and obsessive violinist is pitted against a malevolent killer, who haunts the streets of Paris. It's summer in modern Europe; the cafés and bistros hum with robust activity. A tightly plotted novel, it explores the characteristics of shifting interpersonal borders. Tension ramps up as emotional, sensual and psychotic borders are stormed. He is currently writing his second novel. A further collection of poetry entitled "Dark Red Lands" is scheduled for publication late 2015.
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