Kristiana Reed Reviews Nicholas Gagnier’s Swear To Me

Swear to Me, an anthology of struggle and survival from Nicholas Gagnier, is a triumphant reveal of lonely hearts which aren’t so lonely after all. It appears a slim book of poetry when in fact it is the friend checking in on you. The friend who makes you a hot beverage or pours you aContinue reading “Kristiana Reed Reviews Nicholas Gagnier’s Swear To Me”

Book Review: Nicole Lyons’ “I Am A World Of Uncertainties Disguised As A Girl” by Nicholas Gagnier

There’s a consistent theme stretching across Nicole Lyons’ “I Am a World of Uncertainties Disguised as a Girl”. It is felt from the opening poem, “The Next Big Thing”, in which the Canadian native states, “Darling, I see you, all twenty years of you, and I will invite you to my table, set the prettiestContinue reading “Book Review: Nicole Lyons’ “I Am A World Of Uncertainties Disguised As A Girl” by Nicholas Gagnier”

Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Nicholas Gagnier

  Nicholas is an indie writer from Ottawa, Canada, and former author of the Free Verse Revolution blog, which spawned three full books of poetry, GROUND ZERO (2013); SWEAR TO ME (2017) and the FVR COLLECTION (2018), as well as smaller chapbooks THE KILLING WAGE (2014), LITTLE CITY (2015) and GENERATION WHY (2016). An advocateContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Nicholas Gagnier”

Book Review: Nicholas Gagnier’s Free Verse Revolution: The Collection (2010-2017) by Mariah Voutilainen

Nicholas Gagnier’s Free Verse Revolution: The Collection (2010-2017) is a farewell describing a difficult but fruitful journey By Mariah Voutilainen If this is your first introduction to Nicholas Gagnier’s work, as it was mine, you will find within the pages of Free Verse Revolution:  The Collection (2010-2017) a testament to the power of writing inContinue reading “Book Review: Nicholas Gagnier’s Free Verse Revolution: The Collection (2010-2017) by Mariah Voutilainen”