Antony Di Nardo’s third collection of poems occupies the air between Canada and Lebanon, viewer and painting, victim and triggerman, reader and page. Blending a bohemian ebullience with a reporter’s obligation to witness, the poems in Roaming Charges are a heady and celebratory bouquet of jet fuel, camaraderie and muezzin music. They look long and hard at their subjects, but also speak of the trails those subjects leave across the skies.
Praise for Roaming Charges:
“This latest collection is luminous with the undeniable self in lyrical surrender to the dramas of mankind.” — Robin Richardson
“This is poetry that aches… that matters.” — Michael Mirolla
Most Anticipated: Spring 2015 Poetry Preview — 49th Shelf