Reblog from: Author Alliance Interview with Uvi Poznansky

Uvi Poznansky gave my book, Closed Doors, a Trilogy a wonderful review. I’m showing my appreciation by re-blogging this interview with Uvi by the Author Alliance.

A Favorite Son by Uvi Poznansky

A Favorite Son (Kindle Edition)

By (author) Uvi Poznansky

Release date December 29, 2012.

The Author Alliance interview series continues this week with the talented Uvi
Poznansky. Thanks Uvi for joining us today for this interview. Welcome to the Author

I understand that that your father was a great influence on you becoming a

I started telling stories and composing poems before I knew how to hold a pen between my fingers. My father, a poet, writer and artist, would write these for me, and even quote words I invented. He would ask me to help him rhyme his poems, and later on, when I was twenty years old, he asked me to give him a selection of my poems, for inclusion in a book of poetry he was about to publish. I regarded my poetry as an intimate expression of my feelings, in response to which he said: “Uvi, once the ink leaves the pen, once the words are on paper, they do not belong to you anymore. They belong to the readers.” So I relented, and he published my poetry. Now, six years after his passing, I have returned the favor, and published his work–the work he kept away from everyone during the last two decades of his life–together with mine, in the poetry book called Home. Home. A simple word; a loaded one. You can say it in a whisper; you can say it in a cry. Expressed in the voices of father and daughter, you can hear a visceral longing for an ideal place, a place never to be found again.

 For the complete interview, please click here.


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8 responses to “Reblog from: Author Alliance Interview with Uvi Poznansky

  1. Thank you so much Richard for reblogging this!

  2. I thoroughly enjoyed every word. There are common threads that run through the mind of writers. I see so many attributes that we share. Thank you Rich for posting this.

  3. Hello Rich…. thanks for sharing Uvi’s The Author Alliance interview. It was touching the way she and her dad shared their poetic talents.

    Charlotte M. Liebel / @Sharliebel

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