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Symphonies Anthology
by Tyler Joseph Wiseman   

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Poetry

Publisher:  Cyberwit ISBN-10:  8190136631 Type: 
Pages: 

280

Copyright:  Oct 6, 2003
Non-Fiction

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Cyberwit

Published by Cyberwit.net

Includes my poem, Poetess II; Dedicated to Aurora Antonovic, and literature from Aurora herself.

As stated on the Cyberwit website.

The poems included in Symphonies will surely deepen and purify our normal existence. In several poets, we notice a decided opposition between the artist and society. Symphonies shows that the poets have a greater knowledge of life and a more comprehensive soul than a common person. Besides, by a deft use of their power of imagination, the poets are able to unravel the mystery of life, and to reveal uncommonness in the ordinary things of life. The imagery in the poems is clear and delicate. Several poems in Symphonies exalt and widen the spiritual vision, and the aim of such poets seems "to console the afflicted, to add sunshine to daylight by making the happy happier, to teach the young and the gracious of every age to see, to think and feel, and therefore to become more actively and securely virtuous." On the contrary, some of the poets in Symphonies concentrate on the ugliness, pain and violent terrorism in the new millennium. You can see the poet's "hurts were spinal." The Symphonies poets are at their best as literary artist. Many poets in Symphonies seem to follow the advice of T. E. Hulme (1888-1917): "Poetry should restrict itself to the world perceived by the senses, and to the presentation of its themes in a succession of concise, clearly visualized, concrete images accurate in detail and precise in significance." The conscious and deliberate pursuit of hard and dry images and 'vers libre' at times results in obscurity, and this has been avoided by the selected poets of Symphonies.


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Reviewed by Tyler Wiseman 10/21/2003
Marie,

I'd be interested in who it was that declared as much, since Taj Mahal does not follow the criteria of a vanity press. Foremost, they do not ask exorbinant fees, which is a crucial standard. Secondly, They keep a fairly constant page count, which indicates they do not accept every author. Third, Several authors whom I have high esteem for have been published in cyberwit, and I trust both thier judgement and my own.

Finally, They offered to ship me several copies which I could sell with a fair commission. Vanity presses do not run on commissioned writers, nor will they, for the most part, individually correspond with writers.

so....

Avail not, it's legit!
Reviewed by Marie Wadsworth 10/21/2003
I also have three of my works included in this anthology. Some writers here at Authorsden have warned me about Cyberwit -- they are a vanity publisher; they told me being published in this does not count on your resume. I confronted Cyberwit about this and they claimed to be a small press with no office or staff, so I'm a bit torn as I submitted poetry to their literary magazine. They also invited me to submit to other works they publish. I was told by these Authorsden writers to avoid Cyberwit if I wanted to be taken seriously as a writer. Just wanted to pass this info along to you.

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