Monday, April 3, 2017

Into the Light by Michael Keshigian

The poems of Into The Light explore the mysteries related to the symbolic representations affixed to light: imagined, dogmatic or actual as well as the predispositions and feelings they may induce, including our fascination with the heavenly bodies from which light emanates as we seek illumination and speculate upon unanswered queries.


Michael Keshigian is the author of eleven poetry collections including: Inexplicable (Black Poppy Review, 2016), Beyond (Black Poppy Review, 2015), Dark Edges (Flutter Press, 2014) , Eagle’s Perch (Bellowing Ark Press, 2012), Wildflowers (Flutter Press, 2011), Jazz Face (Big Table Publishing, 2009), Warm Summer Memories (Maverick Duck Press, 2007), Seeking Solace (Language And, 2007), Silent Poems (Four-Sep Publications, 2004), Dwindling Knight (Bone World Publishing, 2000), Translucent View (Four-Sep Publications, 2000). Educated at Boston Conservatory, New York University, and Boston University, he has been published in numerous national and international journals, is a 6- time Pushcart Prize and 2-time Best Of The Net nominee and has been a featured writer in over twenty poetry publications. His poetry cycle, Lunar Images, set for Clarinet, Piano, Narrator, was premiered at Del Mar College in Texas. Subsequent performances occurred in Boston (Berklee College) and Moleto, Italy. Winter Moon, a poem set for Soprano and Piano, premiered in Boston. (

64 pages, 36 poems

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