'Visions Of The Drowning Man' is Dee Sunshine's third collection of poetry.  Sequentially though, the poetry in this collection by and large pre-dates the work in his second collection, 'Dropping Ecstasy With Angels' and might be considered a bridge between his first and second collections.  Most of it was conceived in the early 1990s, but it took over a decade to bring the collection to fruition; and after a number of false starts, nearly a further decade to secure a print publisher for it. 


The poetry in this collection is raw, dark, complex, often bleak, but always informed by a strangely contrary faith in life. 


'Visions Of The Drowning Man' will be published by Skylight Press in 2012


Reviews of 'Visions Of The Drowning Man'  here