Christopher Coleman-Craig Goes Darkly Poetic

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‘Gods Love Murder’ explores the dark side of life

Christopher Coleman-Craig opens the door to the darker side of things in his devastating poetry collection, Gods Love Murder.

The collection is an exploration into the sad and debauched realities of life, the loss of innocence, the illicit and taboo, and the forgotten debris that people often discard from their lives. Coleman-Craig gets into the details of these themes, sustaining the dire emotional undertones in his poems effortlessly. As if holding a partiality for the dirty and sordid, Coleman-Craig successfully details the agonies and penalties of existence, even as our own gods offer precious little navigational help.

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Publication Date: January 15 , 2010
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