Voice Versa is a powerful collection of more than 200 poems by Martin A. David, ranging from 1959 to 2019. The topics cover a wide scope of human experiences, emotions, and observations.
Martin A. David’s life has been richly-lived and brightly colored by odysseys foreign and domestic. His adventures could fill several lifetimes. The octogenarian New York native has lived through and been present for some of the 20th Century's world-altering socio-political events and upheavals. A witness to the chaotic aftermath of World War II, through the McCarthy Era, to the Beat Poets, to the March on Washington in 1963, David's passionate convictions led him to wrestle life with both hands, but always with his inimitable joie de vivre. A self-described "wanderer," David excelled in the world of letters, in writings that displayed remarkable range and depth of form, from essays, to columns, books, and of course, poetry—the language of the soul.
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Writer and TV interviewer Dave Mulligan chats with Martin A. David