Many Full Hands reviewed in After the Pause

Michael Prihoda of After the Pause has written a very generous review of “Many Full Hands Applauding Inelegantly”…

“Demaree puts the reader in the driver’s seat of emotional intuitiveness. He grasps to understand the world in a linguisticism bent enough beyond literal to become poetic without inducing catatonia as some poets might. This, alongside his residual body of work, is another instance of Demaree raising his voice (yet somehow calmly, without abrasion) above the crowd to share something worthwhile. It is upon us, as readers, to cherish such lyricism when it comes along.”

You can read the whole review right here.

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