In Transit explores Gordon Meade’s reflections of mortality. Informed by his varied and strange perspectives. Meade’s writing is poetic in subject more than form; his pieces are him in conversation with the reader, speaking of his life, his pains. The plainness of his words reinforces his perspective and reflections; neither flowery nor ethereal, it is bold, sharp, painful, and contains a hard, irrefutable hope of life beyond any one death.
There are times when life throws us into trying situations that isolate us from the understanding of others. In 2014 Gordon Meade was diagnosed with cancer. In his 9th poetry collection he takes the reader on a full tour of the battlefield – from the diagnosis to the battle itself and finally, its positive verdict. Read More