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2 poems at The Book of Matches (pages 6 and 39)
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REVIEWS OF ROOTED AND WINGED
Harbor Review has published a review by Carla McGill of Rooted and Winged. You can find it here: Harbor Review: Rooted and Winged Review by Carla McGill
Anti-Heroin Chic has published a review by Elizabeth Gauffreau of Rooted and Winged. You can find it here: http://heroinchic.weebly.com/blog/luanne-castles-rooted-and-winged-reviewed-by-elizabeth-gauffreau
By Merril D. Smith: https://merrildsmith.org/2023/01/22/review-rooted-and-winged-by-luanne-castle/
By Serena Agusto-Cox: https://savvyverseandwit.com/2022/10/rooted-and-winged-by-luanne-castle.html
By Marie Bailey: (blog currently unavailable–available on Goodreads and Amazon) https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/5077505345?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1
By Elaine Pinkerton: https://elainepinkerton.wordpress.com/2022/12/12/reading-the-nights-away/
I am happy to announce the debut of my newest poetry collection Rooted and Winged (Finishing Line Press, 2022).
The poems of Luanne Castle’s Rooted and Winged are embedded in land and weather. “Bluegills snap up larvae in slivers of illusory light,” she writes early in the collection, hinting at the sensibilities of the companionable speaker who will usher us through the book.
—Diane Seuss (2022, Pulitzer for poetry)
Rooted and Winged is a fitting title for this collection of poems that plant themselves in reality but often hint at the surreal.
–Karen Paul Holmes, author of No Such Thing as Distance.