Native Moments’ first review 

Poet Jonathan Fink, professor and Director of Creative Writing at the University of West Florida has been kind enough to read Native Moments and share his thoughts prior to the release. This will be used as a blurb on the back cover.

“Like the Walt Whitman lines from which Nic Schuck takes the title for his debut novel, Native Moments explores ‘life coarse and rank’ with its full range of ‘libidinous joys’ and passions. With a keen ear for dialogue and a poet’s eye for the resonate detail, Nic Schuck creates a world his readers will be eager to enter and reluctant to leave.”

– Jonathan Fink, author of The Crossing

You can check out Jonathon Fink’s The Crossing on Amazon. A great book of poetry with an introduction from Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize winner, 2007, and US Poet Laureate, 2012-2014. You can get all her books on Amazon as well.

Native Moments, a novel: September 2016, Waldorf Pub.

 

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