Another Hotel Room
|Another Hotel Room|
With Author Q&A Plus Additional Poems
This is the 1st collection in book form from award-winning & celebrated poet, Steven M. Grant.
Grant describes himself as "A Southern California boy lost in Manhattan" and much of his work mirrors this description at every turn; reminiscent of both the pulsing grit of Gotham and the crashing of Pacific waves against a timeless mountainside.
With the squalor of the city looming; his words make the heart ache for the loneliness and the stench, the noise and the chaos, and elevate these offenses into something wholly new and undeniably beautiful.
What the Critics are Saying:
"Grant’s poems are city-tough and road-warrior-conditioned. You can feel the city seep under your fingernails and work into your pores. Read these poems, and you know you’re never truly free of the city- and you don’t want to be.” -Glynn Young, Award-winning speechwriter & editor for The High Calling
“The man writes with the slick of a seasoned urbanite that hasn’t lost his predilection for looking in from the outside. His voyeurism lures you into the significant and the ordinary, the exceptional and irrelevant.” -Renée Sigel, Boababpapers
Click "Next" to read the foreword for this collection, written by Harmoni C. McGlothlin