Monday, April 24, 2017

Spotlight: Now You Can See by Jessica L Tate

Tomorrow is publication day for Jessica L Tate's debut poetry compilation, Now You Can See. Full disclosure: I'm not normally a big fan of poetry (with a few exceptions, including Maya Angelou, who I was obsessed with in high school), but because Jessica (also known as Jessica Sankiewicz) is a friend of mine as well as my critique partner, I was happy to read Now You Can See, and was very pleasantly surprised. As a whole, it tells a poignant story of a young woman experiencing love, heartbreak, anger, confusion, and ultimately acceptance. 

Read on to find out more about Now You Can See.

Author Jessica Sankiewicz makes her poetry debut with a compilation of poems from her twentieth year. Now You Can See tells the story of a young woman caught between two worlds and her journey to reach some sort of clarity.
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Jessica L. Tate is the author of the poetry compilation Now You Can See. She also writes fiction under the name Jessica Sankiewicz.




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2 comments:

  1. I'm not a huge fan of poetry so I've been hemming and hawing over whether to read this one. I want to be a fair critic. Sigh!

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  2. *squeezes you tight* I love your face so much, thank you!!! <3 <3 <3

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