Author’s new book “The Manic Poet, and His Neighbor” receives a warm literary welcome

Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the Poetry – General book “The Manic Poet, and His Neighbor” by T’Lee Logan, currently available at

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Reviewed By Christian Sia for Readers’ Favorite

The Manic Poet, and His Neighbor: Portrait of Two Suicides by T’Lee Logan is a fascinating collection of poems that treat dark themes, following the persona in streams of consciousness and thoughts from a dark region of his mind. The distrust for the angels, the doubts about God… “some faith, some work, some death—it doesn’t matter…” indicates there is a twilight zone, a point between darkness and light, hope and despair, and the drifts of the poet’s mind are captured in a humorous, yet sarcastic style. The use of stylistic devices is impeccable and the author seems to be a master of paradox, which captures the conflicting thoughts expressed in the poetry

T’Lee Logan writes about a variety of themes, including thoughts on God and religion, the angels, spiritual darkness, suicide and death, and a lot more. The poems are filled with rhythm, but they also contain a religious symbolism that is spectacular. About God, for instance, where the poet uses a style that provokes readers to reflection. He wonders if there really is a God and uses rhetorical questions to underscore his perception. The poems are exciting, composed in a free-flowing style and with familiar diction. But the diction can be very deceptive because every word has hidden importance, a new sense, a new sound in poetry that explores the psyche of a manic.

The Manic Poet, and His Neighbor: Portrait of Two Suicides captures the wistful moments of insanity when we allow our thoughts to drift over a maze of things. There are powerful images — verbal paintings — representing the thoughts expressed in this poetry. There is a lot of beauty and light in capturing the darkness; there’s clarity and uncertainty, and there is a powerful sense of humanity and tragedy permeating each line of T’Lee Logan’s poetry.”

You can learn more about T’Lee Logan and “The Manic Poet, and His Neighbor” at where you can read reviews and the author’s biography, as well as connect with the author directly or through their website and social media pages.

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