Without Fear of Infamy


Non-Fiction - Anthology
158 Pages
Reviewed on 11/18/2019
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Scurfpea Publishing specializes in providing voice to authors and artists, both new and established, who do not have a national following but deserve one. Our goal remains to make enough profit from each book to publish another – turning the majority of profit back to the author.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite

Without Fear Of Infamy by Jennifer LeBlanc and various others is an anthology of poetry published by Scurfpea Publishing edited by Jennifer and Brad Soule. The poems selected for this volume are distinctly unique and cover a wide variety of subject matter. Some poems are of boredom, some of love, some of sadness, history, despair, living, partying and dying but all of them shine with the authors’ personal perspectives on the experiences they have faced. The poets all come from very different walks of life but have a genuine flair in their gift of the written word that will stir the heart of any reader.

I love the poetry in the pages of Without Fear Of Infamy! I love the variety of authors and their brilliant work. I have quite a few favorite poetry books and this one has made that list. All of the poems are wonderful but my personal favorite poems are The Elm And The Willow by Brit Graham, who expresses the deep emotions of weathering a storm and the beauty of the calm after the storm passes; NYC Observation by Marsha Mittman as she compares human acceptance to the multi-national foods we enjoy; Be Every Color Of The Sun by Jennifer LeBlanc as she expresses how important it is to be unique, to fail, thrive and live without apologizing for being yourself. Every page has a poem just as lively and emotional as the ones I have mentioned. I recommend Without Fear Of Infamy to anyone who loves poetry full of interesting variety. This annual anthology is a must-have and I can’t wait for next year’s volume where I hope to see more from these authors.