After moving away from Spanish poetry Daniel Perez has attempted to publish poems in English after realizing how many he had written. He’s had to put off his novel titled “Dear Dad”... More > because emotionally he couldn’t publish it without putting out some more poetry on the market.
“Written on the Walls” deals with love in extreme cases as well as the situations we are all familiar with. It shows the effects that drugs have on the mind and Perez describes all of his poems in this book as experience. Most of the poems were written in order to help him cope with his reality but after finding people who can relate to what he had to say he decided to publish this collection of poems which describe the last three months of his life.< Less
"Sessions" enters the world of a patient and his therapist. The patient has been assigned to 20 sessions with his therapist in order to help him discover what truly makes him happy.... More > Ironically the patient discovers his love for a girl he meets at a party. Each session goes deeper into the relationship he builds with his "golden girl" as he discovers emotions he's never experienced before. Soon enough the therapist becomes weary of this conversation of love and forces the patient to discuss matters he is uncomfortable with such as his father's absence and drug abuse. The patient always manages to convince the therapist to discuss the women he's fallen in like with. This book takes place over the summer. Starting in July and ending around September. The dialogue between the therapist and patient during his sessions provide the reader with insight on the patient’s state of mind. The poetry that surrounds the dialogue is the way the patient relives the unforgettable memories he has created during the summer.< Less
Si pudiera explicarte la soledad nos expone la jornada en que uno embarca al encontrarse con la soledad. La soledad ha sido personificada como una mujer y tras cada poema vemos como la voz... More > poética se encuentra con ella y como la relación entre los dos se establece. Además vemos como el autor constantemente personifica a los sentimientos y como la voz poética se aferra a la ilusión que cada emoción produce. El libro logra capturar las emociones que pasamos por la partida de un amor usando situaciones comunes a nuestra vida.< Less