You Enter, and it All Falls Apart by Martin Willitts Jr., is a petite collection of 19 love poems.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Martin Willitts Jr is a retired Librarian. He is a poetry editor for Comstock Review. He is the judge for the New York State Fair Poetry Contest. Over time, he has helped build 100 houses with Habitat for Humanity, and over 90 of those houses were with Jimmy Carter.
He won the 2014 Dylan Thomas International Poetry Award; and, Rattle Ekphrastic Challenge, June). 2015, Editor’s Choice, and Stephen A. DiBiase Poetry Prize, 2018. He won a Central New York Individual Artist Award and provided "Poetry on The Bus" which had 48 poems in local buses including 20 bi-lingual poems from 7 different languages.
He has 23 chapbooks including the winner of the Turtle Island Quarterly Editor’s Choice Award, “The Wire Fence Holding Back the World” (Flowstone Press, 2017), plus 14 full-length collections including “The Uncertain Lover” (Dos Madres Press, 2018), and “Home Coming Celebration” (FutureCycle Press, 2019).
He lives with his wife, Linda Griggs, and together they grow organically. This could mean their relationship or a garden, your choice.
28 pages, 19 poems