Poetry. "...[these poems} release the human heart to connect with the universe's numinous energy...these compositions...convey the reader to a heliopause of sorts on the edge of the unknown. Then things get really interesting...Shed whatever hubris you bring with you and wonder what comes next. You won't be disappointed..." —Dennis Daly
Joseph P. Tomain @ Galatea Resurrects
Gerry Grubbs was a finalist for the 2016 Ohioana Library poetry book of the year for his collection The Hive is a Book we Read for its Honey. His poems have appeared in over 300 journals and reviews including The Bitter Oleander, The Cream City Review, Mudfish and more. This is his sixth book to be published by Dos Madres Press. He also has a new and selected, Radiant Kingdoms, from The Legal Studies Forum. His new book, LEARNING A NEW WAY TO LISTEN deals with grief and its aftermath. How grief grows out of love, is love, and how grief yields a greater love. Leading to the realization that nothing is ever lost.