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Dempsey’s “Two Candles” poetry collection reviewed by Riehlife

Click here to read an earlier Riehlife post relating to Dempsey’s writing process for “Two Candles.” Ernest Dempsey uses the defining image of light as the threading metaphor through his collection of 74 selected poems contained in 84 pages. Light as an archtypal image is the perfect connecting theme as Dempsey’s mind roams classic philosophic […]

Writing Tip emerges from “Two Candles”—Ernest Dempsey’s new poetry book

Two Candles by Ernest Dempsey My writing pal Ernest Dempsey is also known fondly on Riehlife as “our man in Pakistan”—you can find many blogposts about his work on Riehlife under “Read On” and read his poems under the “Writing Matters” archive categories. I asked him to tell us the story behind the creation of […]

Dempsey’s Tuanortsa previews “Two Candles”

My Man in Pakistan, Ernest Dempsey (aka Karim Khan)—a Man of Letters who is an author, editor, freelance writer, and book reviewer—responded to May Garsson’s challenge to write a poem in the experimental Tuanortsa form. Ernest Dempsey is a moving force with World Audience. He is President of World Audience, a publishing consortium, and editor-in-chief […]