‘A CHILD OF STORM’ REVIEWED BY PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

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“In the history of the electric, Wilson’s work shines.” Michael Wilson’s debut poetry collection A Child of Storm is reviewed by Publishers Weekly. Part of the review is extracted here: “Wilson’s debut, an amalgamation of biography, personal musing, and an obsession with electricity, constructs distinctive—and informative—narratives that revolve around the life of Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla. As […]

BEAUTIFUL EDITORIAL REVIEWS FOR ‘A CHILD OF STORM’ POEMSBY MICHAEL J. WILSON

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“A Child of Storm is charged with a seductive, sophisticated intelligence. Wilson’s deft, deliberate, graceful poetics form a mesmerizing network of narrative and felt fragments that gain in power and resonance as the collection builds upon itself. The kinetic inventiveness of form and voice travelers a truly alluring structural path, and reward the reader with an […]

MICHAEL J. WILSON – 4 POEMS AT SENSITIVE SKIN MAGAZINE

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Sensitive Skin magazine has four poems from Michael Wilson’s debut poetry collection A Child of Storm this week, to celebrate the publication this vital book. The featured poems are: Tesla is Born, Optica, Edwin Davis and the Electric Chair, and Topsy. Stalking Horse Press is grateful to Sensitive Skin editor Bernard Meisler for his vision and support. “A Child of Storm […]