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"Sunder the Silence proves Trisha Leigh Shufelt a seasoned poet, who, with deft craft, unearths voices of influential others and uses personal experience to communicate hard-won wisdom and spirituality. This book is far from soft, yet it brims with beauty. The book speaks directly about lives on the edge and the powers in nature and humaneness that allow us to survive. Shufelt may summon intimate voices of others, but her own strong voice
and unique vision drive her superb poetry."
Jeffrey Greene-Author-To the Left of the Worshiper
"Sunder the Silence is a collection of deeply emotional barbaric yawps into the universe, artistically and authentically expressed through both verse and poignant illustrations. There is something here for everyone in this collection. At the end of reading this visual and poetical feast, I was reminded of what Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estés would be if it had been penned as poetry instead of stories."
~Rose Guildenstern, author of Iago's Penumbra:
A Metaphysical Novel
“The Ghosts of Nevermore is a breathtaking, haunting, and visually stunning collection of dark and lovely things.” Kristin Kory-Author-Hungry for Ghosts
"Blood turns glacial, ink oozes wild inside the Ghosts of Winterbourne, and I feel most humbled to sit with its shadows and sip tea with its melancholy."
S.A. Quinox-Author of Immortalis & Tales of Lacrimosa
Sunder the Silence
An Emotional Triumph!!
Trisha Leigh Shufelt has outdone herself with this vibrant, masterful, hauntingly beautiful collection of spectacular poetry and vivid imagery that delves deep into the world of shadow. Not only does she guide us into what darkness may come, she also offers us where to find a light, a voice, a beacon of hope, that will show us the way through. Brilliantly presented. A magnificent read.
The Ghosts of Nevermore
Shook. That’s the first word that comes to mind when I begin to describe how this book left me. The Ghosts of Nevermore is a masterful collection of poetry, prose, and short stories by the amazingly talented Trisha Leigh Shufelt. Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe, Trisha paints wonderfully dark pictures that are certainly akin to the master of macabre himself. On top of being the most aesthetically pleasing book I’ve ever held, it contains poems expertly crafted and short stories that grip your soul. You will likely come away wondering (as I did) how she does it. I have no idea but I’m thrilled to no end to have discovered her work. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The Ghosts of Winterbourne
I love poetry, the right kind of quality poetry, not deep rubbish of clever words. I love Gothic. I long to delve deep into emotion. I write in metaphors, this book did all this and more. This author knows how to go deep into the soul, how to pain word pictures that cut deep. It is a book to get totally lost in and I have and I will continue to do so. Just purchased the other book she wrote too because this one sold it, it sold everything. This is a Poet, this is what literature needs. I don't gush but I will gush here. I love it, love it, love it. Buy it!!
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Trisha Leigh Shufelt is a self-taught artist, author, and poet. She works in a variety of mediums and finds inspiration everywhere. She is a published author and artist through Schiffer Publishing/RedFeatherMBS, and bronze winner of a COVR Visionary Award 2022 and 2023 Saturday Visiter Award winner through the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum (Baltimore, MD) for her Poetry book the Ghosts of Nevermore, inspired by Edgar Allan Poe.
When she is not creating fantastical art, Trisha is also author of several poetry book including Break & Bloom, which explores her experience with breast cancer, anxiety, life, love, and death, as well as the Ghosts of Winterbourne, and Sunder the Silence. Her forthcoming poetry book Untitled Rebellions will be released in Spring 2024. Her current works are available wherever online books are sold.
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