Book Review Constance Stadler’s, Rummaging in the Attic
Constance Stadler’s latest collection of works is rendered with a silken touch. Her words and thoughts are revealed in a poetic mastery that can only be penned by this magnificent poet. Her articulation of words and verse remind me of an explorer, searching out and finding secret and sacred texts. She has a way of placing the reader at ease; allowing them to flow through these pages with a calm and serene eye. Each page brings the reader closer to this serenity. Constance is an articulate author with a huge vocabulary, and a well-crafted loved for the art of poetry. Constance has been writing for many years. The former editor of South and West, she has published over four hundred and fifty pieces of poetry. Her latest two chapbooks have also been recently published, Tinted Stream (Shadow Archer Press) and Sublunary Curse, (Erbacce). Rummaging in the Attic will be available for free download starting January, 2010 at: http://www.differentiapress.com/ Troubadour21 rates Rummaging in the Attic at 5 stars. We look forward to many more works from this outstanding poet and author, and find it the most sincere privilege to read and review her works. Constance Stadler is a poet to read daily, for each piece of art that she renders is another gem to be placed into our poetic jewelry boxes. Those of which are of the greatest value. Rummaging in the Attic is one of those gems. A must read for every poetry connoisseur.