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Transformations"Transformations"
The new book of poetry by Lance Lee

Lee’s writing, passionate and with a strong sense of the physical, is outstanding for its investigation of the human and natural world and the connections he often makes between the two. Particularly moving in this book is his imaginative and thoughtful search into the human predicament. Work by different artists complements the selection which is very appropriate as the visual is important to this poet and many of the poems take inspiration from paintings or other art forms.
Myra Schneider, UK  More Reviews...


New eBooks!

Six books are now in eBook format: "Becoming Human", "Human/Nature", and "Seasons of Discontent", my most recent poetry; "Second Chances," a novel, "Time's Up and Other Plays", and the popular "A Poetics for Screenwriters." It will be interesting if their availability through the various Kindle stores, or iBooks, Nook or other outlets increases their reach-- it is a transitional age for writers reaching their reading audience. Also three novels of my father, David Levy, that I saw reprinted, have also made it to eBook format, and are similarly available: "Network Jungle", about an early sex and violence scandal on TV, "Potomac Jungle", a political piece, and "The Gods of Foxcroft", an early, and prescient, sci fi work on cloning and rebirth...


Kindle

"Human/Nature" and "Seasons of Discontent" are now available in electronic form on Kindle.


National Best Books 2010

‎"Seasons of Defiance" named finalist in the 2010 National USA Book Awards
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Seasons of Defiance"Seasons of Defiance"
The new book of poetry by Lance Lee

Unashamedly post-Keatsian in tone, transatlantic in bias, Lee’s strongest strain of originality lies in his marrying of lyric celebration with precise imagistic clarity; there’s the Hughsian fascination with animal forms, both real and metaphorical; there’s the packed line, the lush diction, the muted experimentation and the force of a restlessness that sustains the tempo.  More Reviews...

Tim Liardet, author, The Blood Choir