The Soul of Wit is a rich and varied body of short works of literature: immersive, captivating, speculative, funny, heartbreaking, breathtaking, and transcendent.
A debut collection, Transformation is like a series of photographs showing various perspectives of a personal journey. The words are not always easy or gentle but they offer flashes of a soul in transition, moving through the murk of maya to the simplicity of awakening.
A Prayer for a Less Loved Daughter, examines the warp and weft of family and grief, loss and love, and determination and vulnerability through a life. This collection will open you to your griefs and soothe you with soft hope in renewal and love.
Hermits in Our Own Flesh promises glimpses of what could be a permanent happiness. The speaker in these poems creates a world where confession leaves the world weeping and the carnival tents are always being taken down and Rilke’s violin is heard in the abstractions.
In Logres: A Tale of Tristan and Iseult, author John C. Evans infuses a classic tale with zeal and passion to prove once and for all that love is mightier than the grave.