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Poet Coet
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Publisher:  Blue Fog Journal Type: 


Copyright:  2008 ISBN-13:  978061524211

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"Poet Coet," is a collection of author/poet Ed Coet's best and most published poems and short stories.


“POET COET” is now available, worldwide, through most major book outlets. Book preview and book order links are provided below.

Nausori, Fiji Islands – October 7, 2008 – Blue Fog Journal proudly announces the release of Poet Coet, the long awaited poetry and short story collection of author and poet, Ed Coet, of Central, Texas.

Ed Coet, a retired US Army officer and Texas teacher, has emerged on the international poetry scene as a highly talented, visionary, and introspective poet. He is also a popular short story writer.  Ed Coet’s poetry, short stories, and articles have been published in numerous journals and magazines throughout the world.  He is well known and admired in international poetry circles.  Blue Fog Journal has captured Ed Coet’s best and most published work in this first edition Poet Coet collection.

No doubt, Poet Coet will become a school and public library favorite.  It is a suitable read for middle school and high school students everywhere. Poet Coet will have special appeal to readers in Texas and Colorado where many of the poems and short stories take place. Poet Coet is also a fun read for adults of all ages and will make a great gift for all occasions.

It is with pleasure that Blue Fog Journal announces that Poet Coet is now available for purchase, internationally, through most major book distributors such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Ingram Book Company, Lulu, Borders, Nielsen Book Data in the UK and others! We encourage readers to order early, in time for the holidays, at Target on-line stores (link below).

Mr. Rohitash Chandra
Founding Editor, Blue Fog Journal
P. O. Box, 3366
Nausori, Fiji Islands

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The poetry and short-stories of Ed Coet have appeared in magazines and journals
around the world. This first ever compilation of his work was long overdue and much awaited. Ed Coet has emerged as a respected international poet and freelance writer of enviable reputation. His style is unique and diverse. His poems take the reader on a roller coaster of emotions that inspire and motivate one to laugh, cry, cheer or dwell in deep contemplative,
philosophical and introspective thought. His short stories captivate youths and are a fun read for adults. This Poet Coet collection is a remarkable work of talent. It will make an impression in the repository of fine literature. Without doubt, Ed’s poetry and short-story fans will indulge in this literary treat. Finally, Ed Coet shows a deep commitment to poetry through his contribution as the editor of the Blue Fog Journal. Blue Fog Journal
readers and writers are indebted to his efforts.

Rohitash Chandra,
Founding Editor, Blue Fog Journal
Author, “A Hot Pot of Roasted Poems”

Professional Reviews

Author/Editor Rohitash Chandra
"Ed Coet takes the reader on a roller coaster of emotions that inspire
one to laugh, cry, cheer and contemplate in introspective deep thought.
His short stories captivate youths and adults. He has a remarkable talent
and is a genius of verse."

Rohitash Chandra
Author "A Hot Pot of Roasted Poems"
Founding Editor, The Blue Fog Journal.


Author Daniel Graham
"Ed Coet has a lifetime of wisdom that he earned by serving others —
often the lonely, confused, or frightened. Anyone who spends time with
Ed and his poetry, and his short stories, comes away richer for the

Daniel Graham
Author "Tenebrea Rising," "Tenebrea’s Hope," "Entering Tenebrea," "The
Politics of Meaning," "The Gatekeepers", and "The Writing System."

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