Greg Santos | ODE TO JOY

ODE TO JOY Something in the way you say papoose makes me smile. A nail file can come in handy in a jail cell in Mexico. Row boats are particularly romantic during foggy weather. Has anyone ever told you peacock feathers look fetching on you before? For the record, crazy glue much prefers to be […]

Greg Santos | THE RUINS

  THE RUINS The town Had changed The barns and sheds Were gone Replaced with New wilted-looking Monuments To the old days. They kept driving On and on and on Until the sun Had reduced Their homes To dust     Author’s Bio Greg Santos is a poet, editor, and educator. He is the author […]

GHOST FACE by Greg Santos | Review by Eleni Zisimatos

Ghost Face by Greg Santos (Montreal, QC: DC Books, 2020, $15.45 CDN, 84 pages.) Review by Eleni Zisimatos Greg Santos is a poet of intense sensibility, who writes between the spaces of the concrete and the unseen. His book, Ghost Face, indeed embarks on the journeys of ghosts: the feelings or awareness that something is […]