A. T. Nager: Teenage and Young Adult Poet Literary Author
Enjoy Today's One of Over 425 Poems by a Young & New Adult Author
= A Poem Today =
by Jean-Thomas Cullen
rain drops twinkle
on my toes
I see two persons
in the puddle
October Leaf: 93 Poems by A. T. Nagerread free at Galley City. More poems will be available later this year or next. Help out if you can, please. For the price of a cup of coffee, buy at least one of the collections. Post five star reviews online. Tell your friends. Link from your website or social media. Every little bit helps. More links at right.
Dedicated A. T. Nager (a teenager) Website. He wrote his first poem at age 7, was a published poet by 18, and completed his first novel (SF: Summer Planets) at 19 while a sophomore at the University of Connecticut. The website features information about the author and his work, plus buy links (The Bookstore Metaphor).
Other: He became a professional writer at age 17 by starting as a summer interne reporter at a major New England metro daily, The New Haven Journal-Courier. He wrote his first small novel at age 11 (now long lost) and wrote his first full novel Summer Planets age 15 (high school) through age 19 (college). The coverage on these pages is mainly intended to finally recognize a talented teenage creative spirit. Let's do the same for other talented young creative souls out there of all races, creeds, gender orientations, and other unique features that give context to their expressive talents.
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October Leaf: 93 Poems
Postcards to my Soul Ebook soon; being revised.
Cymbalist Poems Poems; companion to On Saint Ronan Street
On Saint Ronan Street Novel; companion to Cymbalist Poems*
*On Saint Ronan Street is the author's 27 novel, written while stationed in Cold War Germany as a young U.S. Army enlisted soldier. Companion volume Cymbalist Poems written mostly during high school, college, and early 20s. Note the pun on Symbolist Poetry; see: Symbolism, Symbolist Movement.