Indie Poetry Spotlight on “Sirens’ Songs”

February 16, 2012 by gosspress - No Comments

by Jon C. Pope on December 4, 2011

Author, artist and critic Elisabeth Stevens comfortably wears a number of hats, sometimes simultaneously. The former art and architecture critic for several regional and national periodicals boasts an impressive publishing résumé that includes poetry, fiction, drama and monographs.

Also a widely exhibited artist, she has melded her writing and art in two livres d’artistes released under her own imprint Goss Press. A facsimile edition of one of these, “Sirens’ Songs,” a collection of evocative poetry, by turns contemplative and sensual, recently received a Kirkus Star.