Here is my review of Keegan’s collection of poetry:
Eric Keegan’s poetry chapbook, “Strange Cars in the Night,” is a mesmerizing collection of poetry related to cars, driving, and road trips. It has a dizzying edge to it and would be a fun read-aloud during your next road trip with friends.
One of my favorite poems, “Certificate of Title” goes like this:
– Eric Keegan, Certificate of Title
I love Keegan’s style and the stories he weaves through his verse. They are both interesting and unique. Some of my favorite poems besides the poem shared above include: A Space So Delicately Confined, Cephalopod Similitude, Point of Fact, Travel Mug, Some Anxieties Never Leave, Drawing Board, and Let’s Not Play Games.
I enjoyed how Keegan weaved pop culture books, songs, and other Americana about the road into his work. Check out this collection! It is well worth the read.
Check out Keegan’s blog too! Blank Pages of Mine
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