Conversations with the Invisible
By Cady McClain
"Conversations with the Invisible" is the first out of three books of poetry and art, written and illustrated by Cady McClain.
About the Author
Publish Date March 07, 2008
Dimensions Standard Landscape 30 pgs
Category Arts & Photography
Tags staff pick, poetry, collage, art
The author shows an insight that is rare to find in every day's life. Yet every poem is easy to relate to.To me ''Pregnant'' speaks of emotional and phsychological imprisoment happening to many women.Cady certainly has a sense of humour, I had a great laugh reading ''Guess who''. It also made me think of the lousy dates where as a woman one never gets to know the the real guy ......... behind the penis :))
posted at 01:05am Oct 16 PST
I think this book is amazingly profound in every sense! Not often do you find artists that also write poetry to correlate so well with the context of the writing. When you read through the poetry its easy to visualize a storyline, its easy to see a character...the words come to life that were most likely pulled from a heart and onto the paper.I think more people should be like Cady and take the risk to just write without wondering of criticism. I admire Cady for her strength and being completely genuine and transparent throughout the pages.
posted at 08:03pm Mar 04 PST
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