EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (PRWEB) January 12, 2013
Author Walter Max Poitzch carefully pens a captivating and powerful poetry anthology that reflects his lifelong experiences, memories and feelings throughout his career in Coyote At The Dog Show. Poitzch’s enigmatic verses and powerful prose will definitely caress every reader’s thoughts and emotions as his collection soothes, relaxes and connects to every reader’s inner child. This volume unravels the importance of humility, patience and acceptance and how these values are essential to society.
This volume reveals the author’s works of art and talent that he painstakingly kept for over 20 years. It is all fiction, although some of the characters are based on people and real-life scenarios that Poiztch had witnessed throughout his journey. The book revolves around the cunning and ferocious animal, Coyote. Coyote is projected in the book as someone who is rejected by most of the society. The author likes to encapsulate the endearing characteristics of the animal to show readers that even though the animal has a frightful physique and sinister façade, it still has some good and helpful qualities that society can appreciate and love.
Furthermore, this book also shares Poiztch’s expression of his lyrical and poetic adventures that divulges the myriad of places the author has visited and the many people he had met.
Coyote At The Dog Show is a refreshing and well-written book that offers new insights and learning about life. It is extremely persuasive and in places highly emotive and deeply inspirational that young, middle-aged, elderly, non-professional and professional—can identify with or relate to the real life and fictional characters.
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Coyote At The Dog Show * by Walter Max Poitzch
And Other Stories and Poems
Publication Date: 12/29/2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 189 pages; 978-1-4797-6513-3
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