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‘In Forbidden Language’: an introduction

Others have praised Dah’s poetry long and passionately. My life’s work is about getting these themes into the world as articulately as possible: That all life is sacred, and that we are the architects of our universe, each a microcosm … Continue reading

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Reviews of “Runaway”

A review of “Runaway” (in Verse-Virtual) By Alan Walowitz Dah—he goes by one name—contributes Runaway to the June issue of V-V. This is a closely observed and terribly sad rendering of a scene in downtown Santa Cruz. It’s a tribe … Continue reading

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The Translator (reviewed)

This fourth collection of poems by Dah, ‘The Translator’, reveals the subdued, watercolor melancholy of foggy harbor scenes, receding radiance of rugged canyons, and diverse personified winds. Dah connects with nature’s silence rather than downtown’s cacophony. He listens to the … Continue reading

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The Translator (reviewed)

From: Lost Coast Review (Los Angeles), 2016 Winter Issue Review of my fourth poetry book ‘The Translator’ Transcendent Zero Press (2015) Reviewed by Michael Minassian, Ph.D, Literature http://www.lostcoastreview.com/book-review-the-translator/  

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The Translator (reviewed)

‘The Translator’ (Transcendent Zero Press) Reviewed by Lyn Asmar for the Australian magazine ‘Esoteric Meditation’ (September 2015) The author of three previous collections of poetry, Dah lives in Berkeley, California and has just published his fourth collection of poems with … Continue reading

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