RD Armstrong | Fire and Rain | Selected Poems 1993 – 2007 | Volume One & Two | E-Book

In this era of burgeoning social dysfunction, and its transitive residue on the person, through world, state, economics, religion, family, relationship and god knows whatever the hell else, autobiographical (not confessional) poetry is of paramount importance. At its best, it bears personal witness to all these things, declares supporting solidarity with others, and in the spirit of hope, points to salvation.” —Steve Goldman Continue reading