Crime Like a Soprano

Posted by William Davies King on Saturday, June 6, 2015.

In my creative community, I am fortunate to have Mr. David Starkey as a friend. He has for years put on a local-access TV show called The Creative Community, and not long ago he did a segment looking at my bibliolages, as I mentiond in an earlier blog post. Click here for a link.

David is a prolific and prodigious poet, and several months back I heard him read from an amazing book called Like a Soprano (Sewing House Books, 2014).

He wrote this book in the process of rewatching the complete run of The Sopranos, and each poem is titled after an episode.

When I saw all that blank space by which a poem becomes a form on a page, I knew I could find a way to occupy it.

As a gift.

Not a violation.

 

Not a crime.

Like a dish of gabagool I could bring over.

And True Crime came to hand.

And eye.

More over on The Creaky Shelf: Crime Like a Soprano.

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