Dee Sunshine’s third poetry collection, “Visions Of The Drowning Man”, has recently been published.
What other writers are saying about the book:
“His work reminds me of Blake’s proverb about the road to excess leading to the palace of wisdom”. D.M. Thomas
“Dee Sunshine is the poetic equivalent of Hieronymous Bosch”. Des Dillon
“Replete with raging rhythms and rich imagery, mixing visions of sensual self-destruction with a visceral life-force, Dee Sunshine’s poetry seethes and sings on every page”. Magi Gibson
“These powerful poems are written in a scorching language that takes you to heaven and back”. Geoffrey Godbert
“Rhythmic and surreal – each poem is a song playing with our minds. Leading us, yet leaving us to figure things out in our own hearts while we live and breathe the rhythms of Sunshine’s song”. Joy Leftow
“Lines of iodine-sharp, distilled beauty dissect a world that is contemporary yet archetypal… Trocchi and Blake would have recognised and admired this fellow aficionado of the Devil’s Party”. Norman Jope
“Dee Sunshine is a poet of pure energy and vivid imagery; a poet who ‘sees’, who sweeps the reader along a life-questioning roller coaster of a pilgrimage through disillusionment, despair, approaching death. Stark as life itself, he ultimately gives a glimpse of the peace that can come with acceptance, the resilience of faith, the possibility of love – the whole human experience”. K.V. Skene
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The Bad Seed: My first collection of poetry, originally published in paperback by Stride (1998)
Dropping Ecstasy With The Angels: My second collection of poetry, originally published in paperback by Bluechrome (2004)
Stealing Heaven From The Lips Of God: My first novel, originally published in paperback by Bluechrome (2004)