Carly Bryson


Bandana Wasteland
Review by
Alicia Winski



Carly Bryson lives in Houston,Texas and writes poetry and prose about cracked dirt, the desert, lonesome highways, dirty rotten wars,nasty city air, pending dystopia and the frailty of the human condition.

She has been published in Calliope Nerve, Carcinogenic Poetry, Red Fez, ETC: A Journal of General Semantics, The Shine Journal,The Montucky Review and several anthologies. Her poetry collection,"Bandana Wasteland", was recently published by NeoPoiesis Press.
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"The intense sensory details and arid landscapes Bryson paints with language will have readers reaching for a cold libation, then swimming in it. Picturesque, haunting and sublime is the wisdom woven into the tapestry that is Bandana Wasteland".

Apryl Skies, author of A Song Beneath Silence 



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