Play by Jo Angela Edwins



Though each of Jo Angela Edwins’s brilliant poems begins “in the spirit of slippery fun,” each takes the reader on a breathtaking, fearless ride to insights about love, mortality, good and evil. Whether it’s tag, hide and seek, blindman’s bluff, or discarded toys along the interstate, each opens a door for imaginative play and probing. Each poem is a door to the marvelous. The cumulative impact of Play is dazzling––offering a surprising collection worthy of our nation’s top literary prizes.

–Marilyn Kallet, author of 17 books including The Love That Moves Me, poetry from Black Widow Press.

Rating: ***** [5 of 5 Stars!]






by Jo Angela Edwins

$13.99, paper

Jo Angela Edwins teaches creative writing, literature, and composition at Francis Marion University in Florence, SC. Her poems have appeared in a variety of literary journals and magazines. She was the 2014 recipient of the Carrie McCray Nickens Poetry Fellowship Prize from the South Carolina Academy of Authors.

Rating: ***** [5 of 5 Stars!]


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