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Sunday, June 9, 2013

Review of Refuge in the Shadows by Krikor Der Hohannesian

Those of us who hear disembodied voices have been given a bad rap in today’s technology-based world. How unfortunate! A good case could be made that human beings are sentinels deployed by our planet, or perhaps universe, to listen and record. But even sentinels have a responsibility to their own species and must respond by acting accordingly.

 Some of the most adept of these sentinels society calls poets. They provide conduits for the competing voices (or muses as other generations have labeled them) buzzing around the ether. For more of my review of Refuge in the Shadows go here:  http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2013/06/refuge-in-shadows-by-krikor-der.html

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