Slipped Out

The first poetry collection

by

Daniel Kolos

 

"Slipped Out" is a sensual delight.  By turns witty and erotic, thoughtful and confrontational, Daniel reflects on current world events and our primal connection with the earth....

from a review from Orangeville and the Caledon Hills, “In the Hills, A Magazine of Country Living in the Headwaters Region, Vol. 10, No. 4, Winter, 2003, p. 18 

 

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Ten years after switching from radio journalism and scholarly work to creative writing, Daniel Kolos presents his best poems on nature, humor, erotica, 9-11 and ancient Egypt.

 

Now available in book or CD format from

Daniel Kolos Gallery

of Ancient Egyptian Art

151 Countess Street North (Box 567)

Durham, ON N0G 1R0

519-369-1129

All copies will be autographed by the author!!!

Special autograph requests will be honored (within reason).

SLIPPED OUT is also available at:

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Pendas Productions, 525 Canterbury Road, London ON N6G 2N5
t:(519) 434-8555 e: pendas@pennkemp.ca
web: www.mytown.ca/pennkemp/, www.pennkemp.ca

Website:

http://myspace.com/pennkemp

 

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The Downtown Bookstore, Owen Sound, Ontario

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Local Colour and The Flesherton Art Gallery

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BookLore at Credit Creek Village, 121 First Street in Orangeville

 

This is what people said about the poetry in this book:

 

Dear Daniel:
Thank you for the impromptu generosity last Wednesday night at the Art Bar. I value my copy of "Slipped Out." I should have asked you to autograph it. Until I read it last night, I had regarded you as a mystagogue who led trips to Sacred Egypt (to quote the title of a book by Paul Brunton) and made mysterious remarks about BenBen. Now I regard you as a lively and intriguing poet. I was taken by surprise by many poems in the book, notably "Absurdities" "Ode to Villon," and "Key King!" I could add others to the list. Some of the other poems had points of interest but to my ear could have made good use of regular formal structure to allow the invention and variations to work. I have no idea what "Kolos" means in Hungarian, but in my English lexicon it means "Read this poet!"

John Robert Colombo
Colombo & Company

November 30th, 2003

 


It was a poetry lover's dream

 

Nicki Cruickshank in The Durham Chronicle, Front Page, Wednesday, November 26, 2003, in a review of Daniel Kolos’ launching “Slipped Out” at Fred Turner’s Bookshop in the village of Durham.

 


 

"Slipped Out" is a sensual delight.  By turns witty and erotic, thoughtful and confrontational, Daniel reflects on current world events and our primal connection with the earth....

from a review from Orangeville and the Caledon Hills, “In the Hills, A Magazine of Country Living in the Headwaters Region, Vol. 10, No. 4, Winter, 2003, p. 18 

 

 

 

Your poetry is remarkable.  Your words grab the feelings with intensity and warmth.  You are one heck of a poet, DanielThank you ever so much for being our feature.  (November 21, 2003)

 

Ms. Annie Horvath
Director & Host: The Poetry Tribe at CrossXroads
Poetry Editor Ex-Officio: The MacGuffin, Schoolcraft College
Literary Journal, Livonia MI. 
Editor: The Poetry Tribe Review Anthology

 

I like, admire “Butterflies’.

It is a real poem.

Every word – line – is a surprise.

It is an image that moves feeling.

And so is soul-full.

 

Astrid Wayman

Eugenia, Ontario

Columnist

October, 2003

 

 

Daniel Kolos is good! 
Jill (Williams) (September 10, 2003 e-mail to Penn Kemp)

 

Thanks you for the wonderful poems.

-Byron Sheardown (Editor, Quills, The Canadian Poetry Magazine, in August, 2003, upon receiving two poems as submissions to the Premier Issue – both were accepted!)

 

Daniel's reading was excellent; his humour is deliciously wicked and so is his book!

 

From Katerina Fretwell (e-mail to Penn Kemp, publisher of Slipped Out - Pendas Poetry Series 2 – after a reading at the Station Gallery, Parry Sound, on November 1, 2003) http://www.poets.ca/linktext/direct/fretwell.htm

 

Your real life voice is warm and resonant with joie de vivre, and so is this poetry.  Best of all its funny --and sexy, like you.
Elizabeth Moes, Toronto, June 21, 2003

 

”…Egyptian mysticism and imagery are the breath and substance of his (poetry).”

 

Astrid Wayman

Flesherton Advance

February 19, 2003, Vol. 120, No.31, page 16

Commenting on a featured reading in Eugenia, Ontario

 

 

“Your finely woven erotica really turns me on!”

 

Interviewer, after a reading on CFOS AM radio, Owen Sound

May, 2001

 

 

 

 

Price and Ordering

 

Canadian or US $20.00 for the Book

 Canadian or US $10.00 for the CD

Buy both for $25.00!!!

Postage charges: $3.50 for North America, $6.50 anywhere else.

If PAYMENT is by check or Money Order, make it out to Daniel Kolos and send it to

Daniel Kolos

Box 567

Durham

ON  N0G 1R0

Canada

or contact Daniel by e-mail:  damilos@bell.net

Or call 519-369-1129