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TLS FEATURES DAVID MASON

Posted March 04, 2019 by Mara Brandsdorfer
David Mason , Voices Places

The Times Literary Supplement reviewed two of poet David Mason's recent books including Voices, Places (Paul Dry Books, January 2018), calling it, "A collection of literary essays with a personal spin, as enjoyably unpredictable in their subject matter as the poems." [Details]




'VOICES, PLACES' IN PW

Posted November 20, 2017 by Mara Brandsdorfer
David Mason , Voices Places

The November 20, 2017 issues of Publishers Weekly featured Voices, Places by David Mason, saying, "Mason expertly weaves the stories of great writers and places both ancient and new together into an imaginative literary odyssey."From PW:This collection of 19 essays from Mason, former poet laureate of Colorado, is an excellent contribution to the genres of both... [Details]


'VOICES, PLACES' IN KIRKUS REVIEWS

Posted November 01, 2017 by Mara Brandsdorfer
David Mason , Voices Places

The November 15, 2017 issues of Kirkus Reviews featured Voices, Places by David Mason, calling it "an illuminating literary cartography with many fascinating ports of call."From Kirkus: A combination of penetrating considerations of renowned and out-of-fashion poets and keen appreciations of the interplay of landscape and culture.Poet and novelist Mason (English/Colorado Coll.; Sea Salt, 2014,... [Details]



The Wall Street Journal on Davey McGravy

Posted April 27, 2015 by Mara Brandsdorfer
Davey McGravy , David Mason

The Wall Street Journal reviewed Davey McGravy: Sadness suffuses the magical realism of Davey McGravy (Paul Dry, 109 pages, $14.95), a novella-length series of poems by David Mason that explores a boy’s grief after the death of his mother. With the idea that the stories should be read aloud, Mr.... [Details]


5280 reviews Davey McGravy

Posted March 23, 2015 by Mara Brandsdorfer
Davey McGravy , David Mason

5280: The Denver Magazine reviewed Davey McGravy. An excerpt:           This lyrical collection of poems sees Davey McGravey through his grief, delivering him gently back into the realm of           boyhood over the course of its 109 sincere pages. Intended to be read aloud to “children and adult children,”           this... [Details]