I've had Duncan Weller's Tettrennial Drift for a few years now. Weller is a local artist and author; I bought it at one of his shows. Unfortunately poetry isn't really my thing. But my brother also bought a copy, so the two of us decided to read it together.
Tettrennial Drift is split into two sections: Tettrennial Drift and Monocular Park. Tettrennial Drift is full of longer poems (they're all at least a page long). Monocular Park is full of a whole bunch of shorter poems (generally 3-4 per page).
I don't have a whole lot to say about Tettrennial Drift because, like I said, poetry isn't really my thing. But I was struck by how honest these poems seemed to be. They really seemed to give you a good glimpse of the author.
*As of September 24/15, I am not taking any more requests from authors to read their books. I currently have too many books to read. I'll update this if/when that changes.*
I currently have 164 fiction books just sitting in my room to read (although that doesn't stop me from randomly picking books up at work or buying them on Kindle!). I've been keeping track of them on a paper list for years. This blog shares what I read as I attempt to get "the List" down to a more manageable number.
If you'd like to know what books are on the List, check out my Goodreads shelf devoted to them - it's my physical list digitized! I've also got a shelf for every book I've reviewed here on this blog.
Not everything I review here is actually on the List. Some books come from the library, some books are nonfiction (which are not included on the List), some books are on my Kindle (which have never been included on the List), and some books are given to me by friends and family.
Note: as of April 12/14, I am not going to add the *spoiler* warning I used to when I'm giving away details of books. I want to talk about the books I've read in whatever detail I'd like. So if you haven't read a book I'm reviewing, you might not want to read the review.