Blue the Green Sky is the third poetry collection from Stuart M. Buck, and is the second chapbook to be published by The Broken Spine.
Stuart M. Buck is a writer and artist currently living between the UK and Colorado. When he is not creating himself, he runs the fictional online newspaper The Bear Creek Gazette. His art has been featured in several journals, as well as gracing the covers of several books. Stuart likes to cook, juggle, and listen to music. He suffers terribly from tsundoku — the art of buying copious amounts of books that he will never read.
‘Stuart Buck’s poetry is alternately disturbing and in possession of an almost child-like sense of whimsy and wonder, which is a combination so rare, I’m not sure I’ve ever witnessed it. His beautiful collection “Blue the Green Sky” demands to be devoured in a single sitting and is sure to leave you pondering its contents for some time after the final sentence has been read.’ – Wilson Koewing
‘It’s astounding the journey that this short collection can take you on. A mental and emotional rollercoaster, with twists that you could never predict. There are moments of brain bending and exquisite surrealism, that sit perfectly alongside punches of sobering clarity. This book grips you from the first line, and some time after putting it down you will realise it still hasn’t let you go. Just awesome!’ – Casey Bailey, Birmingham Poet Laureate