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Smokin’ Sidewinders is a trip into the unknown, known to some as the wilderness, to others as the limbo land between the scattered, forgotten areas of society.
It’s a tribute to the destitute and remote areas of humanity’s existence, yet offers no solutions to the mayhem, rather it relishes in the unabridged madness. Smokin' Sidewinders is a kickback to old favorites like Aldoux Huxley, Louis L’Amore, and Edward Abbey, marking territory along barbed wire fences, taking no prisoners ‘cept the lost souls of sun-drenched lizards.
Count your pennies because this collection of poetry is a top-notch investment for any bare boned individual who takes to the wilderness to unleash the wild within.
Azalea Hazelwood has flitted about the poetry scene for just a short while. Her vivid poetry tugs upon innocence and complexity, creating a unique, multi-dimensional voice in a paperbound world. Azalea desires to see the digital age meld seamlessly with the antiqued, time-honored traditions of the literary world. And it’s easy to imagine such a space through Azalea’s poetry, where both can act in accord and in turn promote the power of the spoken and written word.