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A book of poetry that sings the high and low of life with equal cecity. Beauty and ugliness, joy and sorrow all met with gratitude and delight. (89 pages)
Fiasco Galante (2014)
“Frank’s novel has the grotesquerie of a Tim Burton movie, the droll corruption of a Mark Twain story (camouflaged by pompous oratory), and the cheerful brutality of a Punch and Judy show...The result is an inventive, mordantly funny story with a blighted but yearning soul.” --Kirkus Reviews The Grave Listeners
BookBag UK Review
“The Grave Listeners is a short tale of the unexpected, rooted in human nature and its existential preoccupationswith the supernatural. It's written by an author confident in his style, able toevoke time and place with an elegant turn of phrase and not afraid to puncture the tension with some robust humour.”— Jill Murphy
Itonlytookmeacoupleofpoemstofeeltheflowand patternoftheFiascoGalante'sgenius.Youtrulygeta senseofhisbondwithliteratureinthebeautyofhis writing.Hispoemsstretchthemindofthereader;many atimeIlearnedanewwordorphrase.Hisrhyming schemesarecleverandfast-pacedanddefinitely humorous.Ithoroughlyenjoyed"IWouldBeLovely ThenaQuickReply,"whichIfoundquitefacetiousanda nicesurpriseamidsttherestofthepoems.[He}surely has his unique style and is not afraid of showing it off. ~Tatiana
Forthoseofuslucky enoughtogotoPurgatory, wherehumannatureis elemental,unbridledand grotesque,here'sthebook oftheunluckyoneswho happen to be with us.
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BookBag UK Review
“The Grave Listeners is a short tale of the unexpected, rooted in human nature and its existential preoccupations with the supernatural. It's written by an author confident in his style, able to evoke time and place with an elegant turn of phrase and not afraid to puncture the tension with some robust humour.”— Jill Murphy