Old Greenwich Odes
May 14, 2010
Greenwich, CT, USA
Written in English.
About the Book
"His pixilism is a sort of 21st century, digital metaphor that has similarities to French Impressionist paintings. Each sentence represents an idea, image or treatment of the big picture."
--Redding Pilot, May 2010
"Lentz has a talent for...vivid imagery. The result is the literary equivalent of high definition -- the reader is bombarded with rich text that infuses the senses."
"Lentz's approach to writing is soul driven."--The Weston Forum, May 2010
Simple, elegant, original poetry about life in a gloriously beautiful, New England town on the coast of Long Island Sound with color photos. The poetry portrays everyday life in Old Greenwich in seeking sea glass, Back Country stone walls, equestrian pursuits, village life, views from walking the shores of the Sound and true love. The full-color photography is tender, evocative and adds depth to the lyrical voice of the poetry.
About the Author
Born in Woburn, Massachusetts, David B. Lentz graduated from Bates College and has written professionally for more than 35 years for global, financial corporations. He has lived in Boston's Back Bay, the Garden District of New Orleans and Philadelphia's Main Line. Currently, he resides with his family in Greenwich, CT. In addition to Old Greenwich Odes, Lentz has published six literary novels - For the Beauty of the Earth, AmericA, Inc., Bloomsday, Bourbon Street, The Day Trader and The Silver King. For the Bloomsday Centenary, he wrote a tragicomic stage play, as an American sequel to James Joyce's Ulysses, entitled Bloomsday. He has served Bates College as an Alumnus-in-Admissions, the Bates College Club, the Board of Directors of the New Orleans Ad Club, the Philadelphia Mayor's Council for Literacy, Stamford-Greenwich Literacy Volunteers of America, Healing the Children (Board), Midnight Run for New York City Homeless, Hurricane Katrina JazzAid: New Orleans (Founder): Hope + Heroes Children's Cancer Foundation, St. Baldrick's Foundation for Children's Cancer Research and St. Paul's Chapel as a Volunteer at Ground Zero. He is a member of the Academy of American Poets.
The Physical Object
|Number of pages||132|
|Dimensions||8.8 x 5.9 x .5 inches|
History Created March 22, 2011 ·
|May 13, 2012||Edited by David Lentz||Edited without comment.|
|May 13, 2012||Edited by David Lentz||Added new cover|
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