The Rutherford Library, Morris Museum, and National Public Radio have all presented poet Daniel P. Quinn on WLIW-FM Radio with Bonnie Grice. Autographed copies of Organized Labor: Collected Poems – (Author House) by Daniel P. Quinn are available @ Village Tweed, Spring Lake, Botto House, Watchung Books, Montclair, or Landmark Tavern at 46st and 11 Ave, NYC or a book signing near you.
New York, NY (PRWEB) 8/25/15
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Part I contains 17 poems of personal reflection from Edgar Allan Poe and his Bronx cottage 'Poetry in Transformation'; soul-draining office work ('x-mas greetings on oppression!'); opera ('Omaggio'); and art and politics in the Reagan years ('re: public rhetoric'). Remember: magic tricks & cowboys,/the Wild West, riding off into the sunset/while joking about RR. Part II opens with a narrative poem on the the 1913 Paterson workers' strike. Later, in 'New York Trilogy,' Mr. Quinn reflects on a photograph (reproduced in the book) of his great-grandfather as a manager of the Landmark Tavern, circa 1900. 'NY Trilogy III' evoked the spirit of Stephane Mallarme in its use of text placement as a visual element, creating a moving poem on the loss of the Twin Towers while elevating the work to that of a visual art piece. Book production is nicely done, from the cover design and drawing of hands by Thomas Micchelli to the feel of the paper within. All in all, organized labor is a labor of love to family, art, and history: an admirable first book.
Featured Poet Daniel P. Quinn's other books include “Exits & Entrances” Aamzon.com and “Short Plays to Long Remember” TNT Books, edited by F.L Trevens in NYC. He has been a guest producer/director at the Bickford Theatre in Morristown, NJ, AT La Scala in Milan Italy as a guest of Claudio Abbado, and French Cultural Services between Paterson, NJ and Lyons, France. He has received the Irish Institute Award for John Maguire's 1877 comedy Honesty is the Best Policy at the Irish Arts Center and Snug Harbor, Short Play Festival Award for Paul Parente's play Two & Twenty, which was then published by Samuel French, Inc. Toll Free l-800-839-8640 AuthorHouse for Daniel P Quinn or www.Scribd.org on the web.