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Robert C. Covel is a retired English teacher, having taught in universities and high schools for thirty-nine years. He received his Ph.D. from Georgia State University in 1991. He has published two books of poetry: String Theory in 2012 and Wind Song in 2014. He published his first novel Twilight of the Gods in 2018. His third book of poetry Web of Words will be published in 2020. He also writes book reviews for West Georgia Living. He lives with his wife Deloris and his dog Bruce Lee in west Georgia.
String Theory Synopsis
The poems in this book are meditations on the universe, from the physical to the metaphysical, from the cosmic to the comic. They are about the interconnectedness of everything and about the relationship between perceptions and reality in human life.
Wind Song Synopsis
These poems are about the complexity of human experiences of life, love, and loss. The mysteries and paradoxes, at once eternal and impermanent, flow through the words across these pages.
Twilight of the Gods Synopsis
Kris Singer, poet and retired teacher, has his quiet life overturned when he meets a charismatic and enigmatic woman with a fascinating proposition. In an angry and divisive world, Kris has an opportunity to find meaning and love. But he discovers that the world is not as he this it is, and society as he knows it is on the verge of collapse. Can he restore harmony to his world, and can music be the magic that brings the chaos into order? Twilight of the Gods introduces a fascinating cast of characters from many cultures past and present, and Kris Singer discovers a universe filled with unexpected answers to ancient questions.