Musings of a Madman by Adam Levon Brown
Some say that Madness is linked directly to creativity. I don’t know about that, but I can tell you one thing, I am definitely mad. I chose these 55 poems to entice and teach people just what a maddened mind can create. When you’re reading my poetry you are stepping into the mouth of madness…
Some say that Madness is linked directly to creativity. I don’t know about that, but I can tell you one thing, I am definitely mad. I chose these 55 poems to entice and teach people just what a maddened mind can create. When you’re reading my poetry you are stepping into the mouth of madness itself. I hope you enjoy the ride…
” Enjoyed this book”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Eleanor L. Stone
Although I don’t read many poetry books I found this book easy to read and very insightful. Many of the poems gave me good feelings and some gave me sad feelings. Most of them gave a feeling of hope, that there is much to look forward to, and a goal in life. I loved it and it was well worth reading.
About the Author
I am a published poet and author, published with the publishing group, Creative Talents Unleashed, with one published poetry book out. My poetry has been published in several magazines, including, Section 8 Magazine and an anthology. I also write fiction and I’m finished with my first fiction book. It is a science fiction post-apocalyptic novella, “The Last Refuge”. It will be out Winter 2015. I am also working on a second poetry book, this one with an artist friend who is contributing his artwork. It is titled, “One Artist, One Poet”, and will be out Spring 2015. Other than all of that, I am currently a student at the University of Oregon, pursuing my Bachelor’s of Arts in English Literature. I am a straight A student with a 3.75 GPA. I hope to get into the MFA Creative Writing Poetry Focus program at the University of Oregon after I receive my Bachelor’s degree. If I get into the MFA program and complete it, I hope to become a college creative writing poetry professor and also become the owner of my own poetry magazine. As far as reading poetry goes, I am pretty picky. I enjoy the works of Edgar Allan Poe, Sylvia Plath, Robert Frost, Virginia Woolf, and W.B. Yeats. As far as fiction goes, my three favorite authors are Laurel K. Hamilton, Anne Rice, and J.K. Rowling. I don’t read much non-fiction, but I enjoy reading about history, politics, and sociology.