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Diamonds from Coal

by Jonathan Bolick

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In 2003, returning to college to finish his degree, Jonathan Bolick found not only his education, but a love of poetry. One
of his first poems, “Love, Dad”, was published by The Red River Review and Jonathan was hooked. Reading and
writing more poetry eventually led to this book, “Diamonds from Coal”, published by Publish America, March 2008.

“Love, Dad”, “Fade to…” and many other of Jonathan’s favorite works, so far, are included in this collection.

Look around here, view some samples, and if you like, pick up a copy. Read it, enjoy and feel the powerful,soul-touching
work included within these pages. Jonathan hopes that everyone that reads his work is touched in some special way.

If you like the book, please drop him a line and let him know, he would love to hear from you.

E-mail Jonathan at
Diamonds from Coal

Jonathan will have three poems in
"The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature"
Summer Sabatical Issue (July 1st, 2009).

Check out Jonathan's two poems in
"The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature"
Holiday Issue (December 27, 2008).

Please take a look at Jonathan's poems in
"The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature"
July issue (July 29, 2008).

Jonathan's next book,
"Some Average Poetry and other everyday truths",
is available now at most online book retailers!!
Check it out here

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