YONKERS, N.Y. (PRWEB) April 26, 2017
Travel the world through the eyes and words of Anthony C. Murphy. From his travels to Europe, the U.K., the U.S. and Mexico, Murphy writes a journal narrating his travels and life’s experiences in poetic form. All the pieces in “Scoppetry” (published by AuthorHouse) are all written recently about life's travails through modern times.
“Scoppetry” is a mixed-up book of poems and prose. The pieces take place in many countries, but they are all rooted by the writer’s observation of his relationship’s quirks, wherever he may roam. According to the book, “Scop” is an old English word for poet, and in “Scoppetry,” the author attempts to revive that wandering minstrel with modern narratives.
Playful and funny, “Scoppetry” and its collection of poems will make readers nod and smile at every experience and situation they can come across and relate with. Readers will be entertained by the waves of rhythm and rhyme echoing the voice and vision of the poet’s senses.
By Anthony C Murphy
Softcover | 5x8in | 70 pages | ISBN 9781524688646
E-Book | 70 pages | ISBN 9781524688639
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Anthony C Murphy is from Lancashire but lives in Yonkers. He is assistant producer of spoken word event, “Rimes of the Ancient Mariner” in New York City. He curates the online travel blog “Where The Wurms Play Rugby” and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize 2017 for work appearing in The Westchester Review. He reads his work out loud on various stages in the U.S. and the U.K.
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