The Poetry of Change

The Poetry of Change : An Anthology of Poems Exploring the Light and Shadow Side of Change

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Writer, philosopher, and theatre maker Paul Levy shares fifty of his poems inspired by his work in the field of change and transformation. Founder of the theatre publication Fringe Review, and author of the books "Digital Inferno" and "Technosophy," Paul has spent over thirty years researching change and helping people to understand and bring it about in their personal and working lives. These poems can be read for pleasure or as tools to help you reflect on change in your own life. Drawing on the lighter and darker side of human experience, these poems will entertain, educate, disturb and inspire. This book offers a very different and creative way to explore change in your life. Praise for Paul Levy's book, Digital Inferno: "'An exciting book, full of hope for the future." Sue Palmer, Author of Toxic Childhood "A fascinating and thought-provoking survey of our digital times.' Cliff McNish, author of The Doomspell Trilogy "Brilliantly conceived and written." Angus Jenkinson, author of From Stress to Serenityshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 3mm | 91g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514647117
  • 9781514647110

About MR Paul Levy

Paul Levy is a writer based in Brighton in the United Kingdom. He is author of the books Digital Inferno and Technosophy. He works as a change agent and is also founder of the theatre publication FringeReview.show more