Joseph Adam Lee’s writing has a way of making you feel as though you’re living in the moment of each passage. His ability to describe the hustle and loneliness of NYC is so hauntingly real that you forget you’re reading and are brought back to some similar moment in time in your own life. Looking forward to what’s in store with the rest of this honest series. ~Amazon Reviewer
The Wild Revolve: Poems: 2011-2013 (Red Fox Runs, Book 1)
(96 Pages) “The Wild Revolve: Poems 2011-2013” (Book 1) explores the initial enthusiasm and sharp sense of melancholy that overcomes those who move to New York City. The poems focus on themes of loneliness, yearning to escape and uncertainty become more complex as wild nights dominate the lives of the New York City’s newcomers.
What readers are saying:
“Unlike any other poem book i’ve read. I love how the author dissect the regional and cultural struggles of living in New York City. I look forward to the next books of this poetry anthology.”
“A pop culture gem! The poetry immersed on photos capture the essence of a young millennial’s story. The poetry collection nicely display the author’s coming of age story as he leaves his family to live in New York City.”
“I found this coming of age collection to be a great poetry for young people and to be crucial look inside youth, the United States and the growing lack of family.”