An Interview With Kelli Gunn, the Poetess of ‘Pot of Uncertainty At the End of the Unsettled’

I met Kelli Gunn in the Poetry Review and Discuss group on LinkedIn, weeks before she published her first poetry collection 'Pot of Uncertainty At the End of the Unsettled'. I immediately got myself a copy on my Kindle and finished reading the poems in a single sitting. Her writing, I thought, was like a… Continue reading An Interview With Kelli Gunn, the Poetess of ‘Pot of Uncertainty At the End of the Unsettled’

Catch-22 Review: Bathing In The Absurdity Of War

Harper Lee, the celebrated author of To Kill A Mockingbird, once said about Catch-22: "Catch-22 is the only war novel I've ever read that makes any sense." I read Catch-22, written by the American novelist Joseph Heller after a friend recommended it to me - the same person who recommended┬áme Slaughterhouse-Five which I reviewed in… Continue reading Catch-22 Review: Bathing In The Absurdity Of War

Slaughterhouse-Five Review : Psychedelic And Gut Wrenching

I read Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut. The book Slaughterhouse-Five or The Children's Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death was recommended to me by a dear friend of mine who had also recommended Catch-22 by Joseph Heller. After concluding Catch-22 which laughed at me in its entire reading for letting it rest in my bookshelf in one… Continue reading Slaughterhouse-Five Review : Psychedelic And Gut Wrenching