San Jose, Calif. (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Exploring some of life’s ponderances, Tim Fitzgerald delivers new poetry collection, “Letters to the Editor: Impressions from Idle Rock” (published by AuthorHouse), a book focusing on life’s meaning and social change.
Fitzgerald is periodically moved to set down some of his deepest insights on life, exploring such topics as the purpose of life and the messages people receive through their senses. In these moments he turns to poetry as his outlet, recording his thoughts and feelings in rhyme and verse. “Letters to the Editor” offers a collection of some of his most introspective statements on life.
An excerpt from “Letters to the Editor”:
"There is hardly one in the human race
that wouldn't go at a faster pace,
if it weren't for the shoes they lace,
or the other's hand on mace.
And is the day not already black
who for the color of their skin they lack
a way to free their bending back
an keep clear of the wayward track."
An omnibus collection of thought and meaning of life, Fitzgerald brings the reader directly into his private confidence as he dissects modern life and living.
About the Author
Tim Fitzgerald grew up near San Jose, California. He was an Eagle Scout at 17 and a civil rights activist in the 1960s while attending college at San Jose State University. He continued to work for social change, completing three degrees in the social sciences over the course of two decades. He was involved in the fledgling Green Party of California, teaching and providing guidance to the people creating the movement. Once a pioneer mountaineer in Yosemite Valley and the Sierra Nevada mountains, he relocated in 1997 in the Eastern Sierra, and now lives in Sonora, California, where he writes and teaches. He is presently a candidate for the State Legislature, having returned to mainstream political process, and holds three master’s degrees, the most recent in philosophy, the other two in economics and history.
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