In his debut poetry collection, truth, love, and the lines in between. He seizes each moment of experience, studies it with keen intelligence, and then complicates and delivers his insights with eloquence, leaving the reader satiated. With poems that beg their form, lines that ring with verity, and engaging subject matter, there is no doubt that truth, love, and the lines in between is a standout collection.
About our speaker: Paul Rabinowitz is a novelist, poet, photographer, and founder of ARTS By The People. His works appear in The Sun Magazine, New World Writing, The Montreal Review, and elsewhere. He is the author of The Clay Urn, Grand Street, Revisited, Confluence, and Limited Light, a book of prose and portrait photography, which stems from his Limited Light photo series, nominated for Best of the Net in 2021. He has produced mixed media performances and poetry films that have appeared and played in NYC, Tel Aviv, and Paris. His poems and fiction are the inspiration for 8 award-winning experimental films, including Best Experimental Short at Cannes, Venice Shorts Film Festival, Oregon Short Film Festival, and The Paris Film Festival.