New Book by J.R. Solonche: Years Later
09/23/2021

ADELAIDE BOOKS is proud to present the latest work by J.R. Solonche: Years Later

Online PR News – 23-September-2021 – New York – The tone is established from the outset: wry, wise, sardonic and playful, drawing the reader irresistibly in. Solonche is revealed as a philosopher in the mold of Wittgenstein: aphoristic, charismatic, acerbic and oddly mystical. If you met this book in a bar, you would definitely want to take it home with you and every day thereafter congratulate yourself on how lucky you’ve been. But that is true of all his books.— David Mark Williams

The best feature of Solonche's poetry is its diversity. Everyone who encounters this volume (including the postman who delivers it to you) will find something in it to understand and remember – and a great deal to enjoy.— Tony Beyer
“Solonche is productive and prolific, but that doesn’t water down his poetry… He can compress a philosophical treatise into three lines… His epigrammatic tidy poems are philosophic gems. Solonche sees humor and encapsulates it; he frames a thought in perfect verse… He’s playful and profound — the more he writes, the more he seems to know. Beneath the Solonche simplicity are significant social comments, and his goodwill reinforces the best in us.”— Grace Cavalieri, Washington Independent Review of Books

In a style that favors brevity and pith, J.R. Solonche brings a richness of experience, observation, and wit into his poems. Here is the world! they exclaim. And here, and here, and here! Watched over by ancient lyric gods – Time, Death, and Desire – we find the quotidian here transformed.— Christopher Nelson, editor of Green Linden Press

J.R.Solonche's many books of poetry, one nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, reveal a wry and vivid wit, a sharp but sympathetic eye, and a respect for the homely but significant detail, all wedded to an acute social and cultural consciousness. In his imaginative progress through city streets and country roads, the commonplace becomes the extraordinary… In lines full of mischief or romance, gaiety or grief, he is the poet of the every day, spent on earth or in an imaginary heaven.— Judith Farr, author of What Lies Beyond: Poems and The Passion of Emily Dickinson
J.R. Solonche has published poetry in more than 400 maga¬zines, journals, and anthologies since the early 70s. He is the author of nineteen books of poetry and coauthor of another. He lives in the Hudson Valley.

J.R. Solonche is the author of Beautiful Day (Deerbrook Editions), Won't Be Long (Deerbrook Editions), Heart's Content (Five Oaks Press), Invisible (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize by Five Oaks Press), The Black Birch (Kelsay Books), I, Emily Dickinson & Other Found Poems (Deerbrook Editions), In Short Order (Kelsay Books), Tomorrow, Today and Yesterday (Deerbrook Editions), If You Should See Me Walking on the Road ( Kelsay Books), True Enough (Dos Madres Press), In a Public Place (Dos Madres Press), To Say the Least (Dos Madres Press), The Time of Your Life ( Adelaide Books), The Porch Poems (Deerbrook Editions) (a 2020 Shelf Unbound Notable Indie Book), Enjoy Yourself (Serving House Books), Piano Music (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize by Serving House Books), The Moon Is the Capital of the World (Word Tech Communications), A Guide of the Perplexed (Serving House Books), Years Later (Adelaide Books), The Dust ( Dos Madres Press), Selected Poems 2002-2021 (nominated for the National Book Award by Serving House Books), and coauthor with Joan I. Siegel of Poems for a Chinese Daughter (Grayson Books).

Title: Years Later
Author: J.R. Solonche
Publisher: Adelaide Books
Publisher Website: https://adelaidebooks.org/
Publisher Email: info@adelaidebooks.org
ISBN: 978-1954351981
Price: $19.60
Page Count: 118 pages
Formats: Paperback

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