Catch Author Eliza Locke on "Full of Crow" Radio This Sunday, April 25th, at 10:00 P.M. EST

Author Eliza Locke will be reading selections from her latest book, "Kissing In Iceland" on "Full of Crow" Radio with host Lynn Alexander on Sunday, April 25.

Boston, MA, April 25, 2010 --( Tune in to "Full of Crow" Radio with host Lynn Alexander on Sunday, April 25, at 10:00 PM EST where the featured poet will be Eliza Locke, author of the recently released collection, "Kissing In Iceland" (Big Table Publishing, November 2009)

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Here's what people are saying about "Kissing In Iceland:"

“In the intense and beautiful collection, Kissing In Iceland, poet Eliza Locke and illustrator Kelly Carmody jet us around the world with their deftly interwoven art. From locations including Charlestown, Massachusetts, to Reykjavik, Iceland, to Hollywood, Locke carefully leads us through a wilderness of white-hot love, sensual fervor, betrayal, and loss as we travel from one physical location to the next. Emergent among the multitude of flowing images offered here are memorable ‘Stories of yearning/and of passion/and of the give and take of love’ as the speaker states in ‘Snow Days,’ one of the title location poems.” – Liz Ciampa-Leuzzi, What is Left

“Sometimes you read poetry. And sometimes you're struck by it. Warm words describe cold subjects in Kissing In Iceland, where the darker side of life and love are presented in Eliza Locke's brilliant writing style. She gives us glimpses into a world we may never actually visit, but will surely feel as if we've been there. It's beautiful and cutting and edgy, with illustrations by Kelly Carmody that are powerfully subtle.” -- Lucy Spinetti, Boston Literary Magazine

“Eliza Locke’s carefully-crafted collection bursts with sensory language and confronts the reader with intensity from its first line. Raw, bold, and unapologetic, these poems derive a fragile beauty that manages to bloom from within the depths of their often precarious themes. It is impossible to put down.” -- Alexis Czencz Belluzzi, Practicing Distance

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