Seasons of Life – City Pulse & LSJ Review
Bill Castanier did a Seasons of Life review for the Lansing City Pulse on 3-9-2011.
Writers’ group collects its work into ‘Seasons’
Nearly seven decades separate the oldest writer from the youngest in the new collection of short stories, essays and poems, and among the 24 contributors represented in the book, almost half are first-timers, according to Rosalie Petrouske, co-founder of the group.
Dividing the book into four sections allowed the writers to represent the changes they’ve experienced in life, according to Petrouske. An introduction describes the organization as following the renewal of spring to summer’s promise of hope, through autumn’s vibrancy and the inevitability of winter. Petrouske has contributed poems to all four of the seasons.
Several of the works, including those by first-timer Jesse Goldberg-Strassler and veteran Randy D. Pearson, successfully weave humor into their pieces.
Ray Walsh did a Seasons of Life review for the Lansing State Journal on 3-21-2011.
It’s an invigorating mixture that’s full of poetry, reminiscences, ponderings and fiction by 24 talented authors ranging in age from 17 to 88.
This enjoyable collection is arranged seasonally from spring through winter.
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