Tell me, Atlas. What is heavier: the world or its people’s hearts?
In her debut poetry collection, Darshana Suresh explores what it means to be alive, and how hurting and healing can often be overwhelmingly intertwined.
She does not write about recovery. Instead, she writes about carrying on until you are ready to recover.
Howling at the Moon is a relatable, thoughtful and meticulously written collection that has within it something for every reader. Suresh is an elegant writer, completely unafraid to delve into the dark—though she always, in the end, contrasts it with light. ~ Lesley LeRoux, reviewed in Vagabond City
These [poems] are written with very promising skill. […] This is a very strong start. ~ Bethany W. Pope, reviewed in Sabotage Reviews
[Suresh] writes like her breath is caught in her throat and she doesn’t know if she has enough time to say everything she needs to. ~ Madeleine C.
… there was something about this collection that I couldn’t let go of. It was captivating and hard to put down … ~ Katie Michelle
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