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Life in the past frame

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Manufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author(s): Steven Michael Pape

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Product Description:
Binding: Paperback
EAN: 9781533043061
Edition: Editon one
ISBN: 153304306X
Item Dimensions: Array
Label: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Languages: Array
Manufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Number Of Pages: 86
Publication Date: 2016-10-24
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Studio: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Editorial Review:
Steven Michael Pape`s Life in the past frame is his seventh published book of poetry and contains poems on nature, children, society, loss, reflections on the past and thoughts on present day living. This book also contains images by English photographer Alan Davidson from Davidson photography which add a visual element to the collection of poems. ALL PROCEEDS FROM SALES ARE TO BE DONATED TO THE MACMILLAN CANCER UNIT AT THE ROYAL DERBY HOSPITAL IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. Reviews: Life In The Past Frame is Pape's latest collection of verse (36 poems in all) and his first official poetry/photography collaboration. A photographer since 1980, Alan Davidson perpetually seeks to discover the beauty in all he captures on camera. As you can see even in the dark and surreal images he contributes to this anthology, he finds it in falling rain, run down sections of town, abandoned cars, droplets of blood, graffiti, headstones, isolated leafless trees, bleak autumn nights and so on. A few more depict what nature might look like in hell, countryside surrounding what resembles an abandoned church in the middle of nowhere, and settings that appear to show nature in a more conventional manner though implied strangeness exists there too. All these add new dimension to what Pape gathers for this collection, fueling your imagination and opening new doors of perception so to speak. The comparison to photographers who have sudden moments of inspiration and writers who have sudden moments of inspiration helps to enhance the connection between the poems and accompanying pictures. The poem Life In The Past Frame that introduces this book announces voices long silenced are about to speak again through the poet’s hands. The tone darkens from here, communicating mental images of the less forgiving sides of nature, abandoned city streets and an unseen spirit world. One poem that stands out after this is Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out as it calls back to what life was like in the late 1960's. I get potent vibes of Jim Morrison from Pape’s work in these pages; the imagery and the feelings evoked by it are similar in many ways. This is the next step forward for both these artists. For the big picture I’d recommend reading all Pape’s previous publications. -Dave Wolff AEA Zine New York. Poet and Publisher
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