Carl Adamshick

Saint Friend by Carl Adamshick

Saint Friend by Carl Adamshick

Without a wasted syllable, the poems in Carl Adamshick’s sophomore effort Saint Friend address death, life, and the meaning of both with a lean, angular prose. This collection is many things: heartbreaking, funny, strange, heavy. It is a collection reflective of the varied nature of our own existence, a lifetime of minor tragedies, quiet triumphs, and the biting fear of irrelevance.

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