REVIEWS:
“Rain Heron is probably the best performance poet I have heard.” — David Batten, Author/Poet (Transhumance, Storme Passage, Untergang, Rotterdam, Winterreis)

“Umami is a Japanese word that means ‘yummy’ or ‘delicious’ and is the name given to what is called the fifth taste. The other four tastes are sweet, sour, bitter and salty. I think describes Heron’s poems. A very modern voice. Androgynous. I highly recommend her new book, Heart On.” — Diane Lander-Simon, Activist/Actor

“Sharp and urgent, these poems are a pungent commentary on humanity. It was Robert Graves who wrote, ‘The true poet must always be original…must address only the Muse… in passionate and peculiar words.’ Rain’s current work, Heart On, does just that.” — Hamilton Hill, Author/Poet (The Standing Stones Speak, Fragments, A Third Word)

“A poetic smorgasbord of imagination, humor and rock ‘n’ roll…creating something amazingly fresh and Zeitgeist.” — Spencer McCarthy, BBC UK/US

“The poetry event, 2 VOICES + 1 SOUND [with Rain Heron] was music for the ears with a thought-provoking message.” — Richard Belzer, Actor/Author/Comedian

“FRAGMENTS is a poetry collection that invokes and examines the human heart. Unflinching, brutal honesty that cuts to the bone.” — Sheila Sawhny Giammarco, Screenwriter/Actor

“FRAGMENTS is an extraordinary collection…Ingmar Bergman would have loved this work, particularly after a few beers with Charles Bukowski.” — Richard Goldstone, Writer/Producer

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