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Milk & Honey Siren is an anthology of poetry and short fiction. The collection, published by Nostrovia! Poetry, aims to bring forth poetry and writing to the youth. Many members of the younger generation stereotype poetry as a "whiny and pretentious". This anthology pushes against these stereotypes. You can download it free using the "Download Ebook" button below. ...more
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Published February 1st 2013 by Nostrovia! Poetry
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Susana Case
Feb 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Rimbaud as a youth ran away from home to write, putting his poems on bits of paper. Poetry, for him, was the way to salvation. Rimbaud was a hooligan in his time, a Bad Boy when young poets were celebrities.

Well, poets are no longer celebrities in that sense, but youth poet Jeremiah Walton, manager of the press, Nostrovia! Poetry is attempting through edited anthologies, a guest blog, and other means to grab the attentions of young people and to fix them once again on poetry. His anthology, Milk
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Feb 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Nostrovia! Poetry’s teenage founder Jeremiah Walton is proof that youth isn’t always wasted on the young. And if he gets his way, poetry won’t be, either: Milk and Honey Siren, N!P’s latest publishing project, is a collection of poems aimed mainly at Walton’s own generation.

Refreshingly, and perhaps surprisingly, it focuses on quality rather than accessibility: the message here is that poetry is often complex and challenging, but can reap tremendous rewards as a result.

Given the diversity of sty
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The broad range of styles and topics in this collection fulfil not only its stated purpose of showing younger generations poetry is relevant to them, but also makes it a joy to readers of all ages who have never doubted the power of words and rhythm.

The anthology contains works by Gary Back, Gary Beck, Joschua Beres, Kristen Berger, Michael Brownstein, Giuseppi Martino Buonaiuto, Raphael Cohen, Susan Dale, Doug Draime, John Flynn, Lauren Frament, Chrissie Gittins, Allison Grayhurst, Stephanie Gu
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