Pages: 76 pages
Description: Jack DeFeo is the wandering poet. In this collection, Z.M. Wise explores his sense of self through the character of Jack DeFeo whose mission is to spread the message that poetry lives all over the globe. He brings out the inner honesty of his comrades and seeks the golden clime of selfhood where the traveler’s journey will be done.
Pages: 118 pages
Category: Literary Fiction
Description: Written out of passionate frustration, Bottles of Emerald for the Demon Queen , an ‘alternative courtroom drama’, deals with one of the most perplexing drunk driving accidents known to humanity: the premature and gruesome death of Robin West. A legal showdown ensues between Ana Fernandez, the defendant, and Marcus Stewart, the plaintiff, as well as their attorneys. Whose side will the face of justice lean towards in the end? How will the jury members find the most ethical conclusion and vote together as one? Will this particular case make a speck of difference in the outcome of future reckless automotive drivers’ decisions? Find the answers to these questions and many more within the pages of this text.
Author bio: Z.M. Wise is a poet and poetry activist, writing since his first steps as a child. He has been a written-word poet for almost two decades, and a spoken-word poet for four years. He is an Assistant Editor of Harbinger Asylum, a Houston-based, internationally known poetry magazine. He is co-owner of Transcendent Zero Press, an independent publishing house for poetry, with his dear friend and founder Dustin Pickering. He hosts weekly readings at Barnes and Noble as well as one at NOKturne. His first book of poetry, ‘Take Me Back, Kingswood Clock,’ published by MavLit, is available as both a hard copy and ebook on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Nook, and Kindle. The motto that keeps him going: POETRY LIVES! Mr. Wise will make sure to spread that message and the love of poetry, making sure it remains vibrant for the rest of his days and beyond.