Poet Experiments with Symbols, Imagery in ‘Reflection of a Hologram’

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Author David Novick takes readers through the looking glass in his new poetry collection

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SHARON, Mass. – Author David Novick invites his readers to see his subtle, poetic manipulations of imagery that create alterations of definition and perception. He shows them the results of poetry, experiments on language creating metaphors mirroring the “Reflection of a Hologram” (published by Xlibris).

Novick likens his poetry to a hologram, a two-dimensional image, which through the use of laser and light appears to be three dimensional. As one moves around the image, it will shift and change according to the viewer’s perspective which may further perplex or illuminate.

It is on this premise that he explores language for sound and definition, which began in his first collection, “Noises from the Garage.” In this second volume of poems written between 2011 and 2013, he gives voice to characters and objects from a grand stage to minute detail, the full sway of emotional and spiritual reckoning is on display – covering the myriad facets of life, illuminating them with the power of poetry, and yet creating prismatic shifts, riddles of symbolism and imagery that leave his readers in contemplation.

Poetry aficionados and casual readers alike may find Novick’s poetic refractions an interesting literary experience. Original rhymes and verses await in “Reflection of a Hologram.”

“Reflection of a Hologram”
By David Novick
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 70 pages | ISBN 9781499019704
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 70 pages | ISBN 9781499019698
E-Book | 70 pages | ISBN 9781499019728
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
David Novick graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature and subsequently attended the University of Arizona MFA Creative Writing Program. He is a businessman and resides with his wife in Mass.

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