The Nearest Poem Anthology
Edwin Romond’s poem, “Letter to My Principal” (from Dream Teaching) was chosen by Virginia’s Poet Laureate, Sofia Starnes, for The Nearest Poem Anthology.
“From the classics to contemporary authors, The Nearest Poem Anthology is a collection of over 100 poems that touched the lives of Virginians.”
The Mysterious Life of the Heart
“Writing from The Sun about passion, longing and love. In fifty personal essays, short stories, and poems that originally appeared in The Sun, some of the magazine’s most talented writers explore the enigma of love.”
Romond’s poem, “Alone with Love Songs,” appears in this book.
The Carriage House Poetry Series Anthology
Edwin Romond’s poem, “Karate Warrior,” appears in this anthology.
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Line Drives: 100 Contemporary Baseball Poems
Romond’s poem, “Something I Could Tell You about Love,” appears in this book.
“Line after line, like baseball itself game after game and season after season, these poems manage to make the old and the familiar new and surprising.”
Brooke Horvath and Time Wiles, editors.
Southern Illinois University Press.
Wisdom of Our Fathers
“This book is for all fathers, young or old, who can learn from the men in these pages how to get it right, and to understand that sometimes it is the little gestures that can make the big difference for your child. For some in this book, the appreciation came later than they would have liked. But as Wisdom of Our Fathers reminds us, it is never too late to embrace it.”
Edwin Romond’s prose memoir, “The Ticket,” appears in this book. It was edited by Tim Russert and published by Random House. See and purchase this book at Amazon.
Essential Love: Poems about Mothers and Fathers, Daughters and Sons
Published by Grayson Books and edited by Ginny Lowe Connors, Edwin Romond’s poem, “Lost,” appears in this book.
“Contemporary American poets explore the relationship between parents and their children in this moving collection. These poems by prominent and emerging poets show the joys, the griefs, the milestones and the mysteries that arise between parents and their children as they travel through life, inescapably bound together by an essential love.”
Edwin Romond’s poem, “Dream Teaching,” appears in this book, which was edited by Joseph O. Milner and Lucy F. Milner and published by Prentice Hall.
“This comprehensive English methods text…provides approaches and activities to ensure that students enter their own classrooms armed with the knowledge and tools they need to be effective teachers.”
Stubborn Light: The Best of the Sun, Vol. III
Edwin Romond’s poem, “A Priest Calls on Sunday Night,” appears in this book.
Edited by Sy Safransky, and published by The Sun Publishing Co., the anthology, Stubborn Light: The Best of the Sun, Vol. III, collects the best pieces gatherred from the magazine’s second decade, including poetry, short stories and interviews.
In a Fine Frenzy: Poets Respond to Shakespeare
“Showcasing poems by more than ninety contemporary American poets, In a Fine Frenzy reveals what Shakespeare’s poetic children have made of their inheritance. Collectively, they corroborate Ben Jonson’s assertion that Shakespeare is “not of an age, but for all time.”
Star Child: A Mother’s Journey Through Grief
Romond’s poems, “Last Touch” and “Morning after a Student Dies,” appear in this book.
By Jennifer J. Martin, published by iUniverse, Inc.
“Star Child: A Mother’s Journey Through Grief is a deeply poignant look at Jennifer Martin’s bittersweet healing journey following her son’s death. Martin shares her personal story through journal entries, poems and thoughts.”
The Flexible Writer
Edwin Romond’s poem, “Crossing in Fog,” appears in this book. By Susanna Rich; published by Longman.
“The Flexible Writer is designed for those who believe that writing is a process and that frequent writing and revision is essential to improve one’s skills. Throughout, the book encourages readers to be flexible in their writing as purposes and audiences change.”
Cooking for Harry: A Novel
Edwin Romond’s poem, “Last Touch,” appears in this novel.
The author is Kay-Marie James, and it is published by Ballantine Books.