The Gift of Words: Arclight – John Biscello

As you finish up your holiday shopping, the Editors recommend adding one (or more!) of our fabulous titles to your list. John Biscello is not simply a novelist and poet, but an alchemist of verses. In Arclight, Biscello captains a voyage that transcends the physical world with graceful introspection, and philosophical wonder. His reflective nature invitesContinue reading “The Gift of Words: Arclight – John Biscello”

Arclight – John Biscello

John Biscello is not simply a novelist and poet, but an alchemist of verses. In Arclight, Biscello captains a voyage that transcends the physical world with graceful introspection, and philosophical wonder. His reflective nature invites us to ponder our own life experiences and ideals. Arclight is a true tribute to the human heart. “I alwaysContinue reading “Arclight – John Biscello”

Cuckoo Rising

Greetings, soul-folks, and much love as we groove into the creatively charged and spiritually Roaring 20s! I am thrilled to announce that our crowdsourcing campaign for Ballad of the Cuckoos has officially launched, beneath the gilded magic of tonight’s full moon lunar eclipse. Ballad of the Cuckoos is a short film I wrote and will beContinue reading “Cuckoo Rising”

A Prince’s Welcome

To remix a bit of warmed-over lightning from the immortal good advice of one Mr. James Brown—Now is the time to jump back and kiss yourself, and become best first mate to your own extraordinary soul. The Spiritually Roaring 20s have begun. Pens uncapped, paintbrushes rhythmically swishing, bodies in unison rocking the boogie-woogie, voices raisedContinue reading “A Prince’s Welcome”

Arclight in the Gyroscope Review

Review of Arclight appearing in the Gyroscope Review. “Arclight, by poet John Biscello, is an intriguing book brimming with possibilities. The book is divided into six diverse sections that carry themes through each section and tie them together with spirituality and attention to the relationships between people and creator, people and others, people and self. IContinue reading “Arclight in the Gyroscope Review”