Saturday, January 19, 2019

The Day My Kisses Tasted Like Disorder by Emmanuella Hristova - Reshelved Books

Hello Dewey Reads!  

Emmanuel Hristova reached out to us and asked if we would review her poetry collection The Day My Kisses Tasted Like Disorder.  Of course, we agreed.  Hristova's poetry is amazing.  She crafts language in a way that is both beautiful and powerful as she tackles difficult subjects while promoting female empowerment.  

One thing that I especially like about her work is how her poems do not each start on their own page.  Instead, her poems will start towards the end of a page and continue on to a next, in a way that is fluid and helps the reader to visually feel the fluidity of her work.

The copy that Hristova sent to us also contains images of her artwork.  This art only helps to show the depth and darkness of the feelings painted through her poetry.    

So Dewey Readers, for those looking for a new and fresh poet, definitely check her work out!  I rate her work as 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans.

Until the next read! 

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