Marc Rosen brings an individualistic sense of style to his poetry. With a no-holds-barred approach, he draws his reader in for a fresh perspective on life, whether he’s ranting at the... More > government or fighting for the rights of the disabled. Rosen digs beneath the labels we affix equally to people and objects to reveal the nature we often miss. He embraces subjects often shied away from, uses humor as an approach to autism and homosexuality, balances objective and subjective viewpoints with candor and a refreshing frankness.
~ J R Turek Poet, Editor, Workshop Leader
Monster of Fifty Nine Moons isn't just a tour through the mind of Marc Rosen--it argues passionately for those who have been labeled as
different while making occasional stops to admire shiny things.
Vice President Bards Initiative, Editor Bards Annual 2011/Voice of the Bards Contemporary Verse of Myths Fairy Tales and Legends.< Less
Poetry Concerning Autism and Other Disabilities
With poetry from over 50 poets, the Perspectives Anthology through the art of poetry, conveys different points of view or perspectives concerning ... More > the autism spectrum and other neurological, psychological, social, and communicative disabilities. The poems in this volume are from those with disabilities, by those with disabilities, about those with disabilities, as well as from the point of views of family and friends of those affected. Perspectives hopes that its poetry will convey not only understanding, but unity, and a sense that despite different perspectives and different ways of living life, we are all human.< Less