Poetry Review: Butterflies Lost Within the Crooked Moonlight by Matt Nagin
Today I present to you Sara’s review of the poetry collection Butterflies Lost Within the Crooked Moonlight by Matt Nagin. Read the official synopsis below and then click the book cover to be directed to Sara’s take on the collection!
Butterflies Lost Within the Crooked Moonlight
This highly-accessible, dynamic collection offers existential ponderings, comic situations, poetic meditations on death, musical riffs, political commentary, striking imagery and more. The 45 poems in this collection represent a range of styles and subject matter. 18 of these poems were previously published in such journals as Antigonish Review, Grain Magazine, Arsenic Lobster, Dash, Spillway, The Charles Carter, Downtown Brooklyn, and many, many more. This debut collection of poetry from Matt Nagin is sure to, as the title suggests, comment on the way even the most delicate and majestic of us tend to be drawn, willy-nilly, towards the crooked moonlight.