Mark Tulin is a surgeon of great majesty in a heartfelt verse. Like a well-trained physician, Mark Tulin brings extraordinary linguistic skills to bear on the injuries of neglect and abandonment. The author offers a compassionate operation through his poetry. Awkward Grace is a must read as a medication for moral sickness.—Tim Truzy, author of Plastic Bags and Medical Melodies
Please check out Sarah Law’s review of Awkward Grace.
Also, read Chris Rice Cooper’s Backstory Blog #209. She interviews me on my poem, “Ancient Pyramid”