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Bending Light Into Verse – Review

Posted in Poetry Reviews on February 3, 2012 by paulscotaugust

It’s pretty cool to come home and find out that I’m mentioned on a blog for Jennifer Tomaloff’s Bending Light Into Verse III.

Paul Scot August’s ‘Anguish & Wolfenbarger’ is a sad story. Insanely detailed, down to the very ‘standing spot’ and bus line, it describes longing.

You can read the rest of the review here.


Mentioned in a review of Midwestern Gothic Issue #1

Posted in General Poetry Stuff, Poetry Reviews on October 8, 2011 by paulscotaugust

The Review Review does an review of Midwestern Gothic Issue #1 and mentions me and my poem “His Wife Called Him Moose.”

In “His Wife Called Him Moose,” Paul Scot August responds with a sound as devastating as Riegel’s wind, as an old man sits in his home at sunset by the Clam River, bathed in radio static while “the river washes itself / through cattails, the sound like the final sigh of a dying wife.”

You can read the review here…