Description or summary of the book: Brian W. Foster makes his entrance into the literary world with 'Blackened White,' a first person account of life, love, faith, and pain. In this collection of poems, essays, and short stories, Foster offers a series of brutally honest, often humorous, and profoundly ironic writings chronicling a journey into his own human condition. Using his unique style of prose and storytelling, we observe a young man wrestling with his faith in the midst of relationships, addictions, sexuality and the unending, relentless desire to be whole. Author and Grammy award winning singer Kevin Max says Blackened White 'Prods the flesh with electrodes of hyper emotion, dangerous subtlety and purposefully mannered archaism.' Likening it to an 'Open House flier,' Foster invites the reader along the journey with him through this thought-provoking collection, which is sure to leave an indelible mark on the soul.
Estimated reading time (average reader): 18H2M39S
Other categories, genre or collection: Poetry By Individual Poets, Poetry Books
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