"Bodily disintegration, decay, brokenness, and darkness are predominant images in this "new" world the ghosts find themselves in — although one may argue that this world has been (and is) here all along, that there is nothing new about it at all.
Interestingly, the ghosts in these poems share some anxieties in common with living human beings: desire, hunger, pain, cessation of breathing, and the brokenness that is reflected in broken, decomposing bodies (the disappearing home)."
From a very interesting new review of the Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, "Cutting Eyes from Ghosts" by Ariana D. Den Bleyker.
Thank you very much to Mary Riley and Glass Poetry Press for writing and publishing this review.
Read the entire review here - http://www.glass-poetry.com/journal/reviews/riley-bleyker.html
Acquire your very own copy of "Cutting Eyes from Ghosts" in the Blood Pudding Press shop here - https://www.etsy.com/listing/494588398/new-cutting-eyes-from-ghosts-by-ariana-d?ref=shop_home_active_2