With Damn Money” is a collection of poetry that invites readers to embrace the emotions

Barry Stewart, who was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1949, has completed his new book “Poems of Inspiration, Contemplation and Love: Featuring Damn Money”: a meaningful and impactful collection of poems that gives readers a space to explore their interior. thoughts and feelings.

Author Barry Stewart talks about his creative process, writing, “I think the many things I’ve experienced with people, jobs, churches, family, friends have allowed me to formulate over the years a paradigm of emotions and expressions, and now I write them down in this book. So reading them I hope will bring you joy, peace, a sense of love, and answer your many long-awaited inner thoughts and emotions.

He continues, “The jobs and things I did: I worked for the Emerson TV factory in New Jersey, the Jersey City Lackawanna post office wharf warehouse, New York City Transit Authority as a manager signage and real estate agent. Charismatic, non-denominational churches, liberation theology, Scientology. I was a Bible study teacher, youth ministry, sound technician, pantry coordinator, helped build churches and donated. Thrift store, hospital volunteers, AIDS crises in the 80s and again in the 20s.

Published by Page Publishing, Barry Stewart’s fascinating collection includes poems such as “Hi, Dear Friend”, “Try to Work with Me”, “Down but Not Out”, “Love’s Silent Moments”, and many more.

Readers who wish to experience this creative work can purchase “Poems of Inspiration, Contemplation, and Love: Featuring Damn Money” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store. , Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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