OTHER SIDE OF THE MOON is a collection of poetry and prose about wonder. Every human has it – an innate curiosity to understand what makes our world, what makes the Universe, what makes us.
What i Know Of Me . . . is Carol Garvie’s retrospective self-discovery about growing up in the 1950s imprisoned by an inability to speak. She struggled in silence, forming misconceptions about herself that haunted her well into adult life.
Neil Garvie’s fourth book of prose and poetry.
Some say there should be no humour in poetry. OFF THE WALL disputes this claim. The author warns (with tongue in cheek) that reading too much somber content can cause a myriad of life-interfering afflictions such as dreary-drabitis, ho-humdrumysm and stickinthemudica.
JIGSAW, Neil’s third book, represents a poetic sharing by the author. Selections are from decades of piecing together his own puzzle. The book is offered to the reader in a colourful variation of poetic styles as the author describes a world of breakdown and recovery, making the reading experience in human terms, saving the reader from having to wade through psychological and medical terminology.