BOOK DESCRIPTION: This biography is Adam Donaldson Powell’s brainchild. With laser-like precision he bores into the author’s psyche, while in parallel he analyzes the work of a lifetime. But more often than not, there is a process of cross-fertilization, whether it is clearly identified or on the sidelines. He interviews his subject, not always in a linear fashion, scanning […]Read more "NEW BOOK TO BE RELEASED IN DECEMBER 2017!"
REVIEWS OF ADAM’S LAST NOVEL: “THE TUNNEL AT THE END OF TIME”: 🔳 “LOOK INTO YOURSELF” By Irene Brodsky on June 8, 2010 Format: Paperback “The Tunnel At The End of Time” written in English/Russian by Adam Donaldson Powell and Rick Davis, with foreword by Adam Donaldson Powell and Azsacra Zarathustra. It is an […]Read more "All about Adam."
REVIEW OF “CLOUD COMPASS”, by Marta Knobloch, 58 pages, cyberwit.net, 2014. This is a masterly work by a profound poet. It is perhaps one of the best poetry chapbooks that I have read. The book is in two sections; the first entitled “Shadow Painting”, with poems inspired by the life and work of Laurence Hope […]Read more "2016-2017: selected book reviews by Adam Donaldson Powell."
SHORT AUTHOR BIO: ADAM DONALDSON POWELL (Norway) is a multilingual author, literary critic, and art photography critic; and a professional visual artist. He has published several literary books (including collections of poetry, short stories, and novellas, two science fiction novels, and essays) in the USA, Norway and India; as well as numerous works in international […]Read more "Essays on literary criticism and on multilingual literature."
(Adam Donaldson Powell, selfie) EXAMPLES OF MY PHOTO BOOK CRITICISM: ALBERT RUSSO: A professional photographer finds his «inner tourist». Review of «Norway to Spitzberg», photography by Albert Russo; published by Blurb Inc., 580 California Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94104, USA, http://www.blurb.com. Price: US$31.95, published in 2007, hardbound, glossy paper, 144 pages (also available […]Read more "Essays: examples of my photo book criticism."
APHORISM: seventeen random syllables don’t always add up to a haiku. – Adam Donaldson Powell (from “Rapture: endings of space and time”). The novice struggles to make pretty feet dance in the wind, while the haiku of the master yawn and stretch toward infinity … like a century-old bonsai. – Adam Donaldson Powell Photo and […]Read more "From the archives: Essays and literary criticism of haiku collections."
azSacra and Pyantinin”, photo credit: Theatre of Cruelty. EXTREME ART PHOTOGRAPHY FROM RUSSIA. Review of three black-white art photography books by TheaterOfCrueltyNOH: including “Blades” (1998), “Sexus” (2000) and “Opus Transformations” (2006), published by “Magnitogorsk Press”, Russia. All three books are quality special editions. The primary forces behind these publications are: azSacra zaRathustra (esoteric philosopher, poet […]Read more "Extreme: AZSACRA ZARATHUSTRA. Essay by Adam Donaldson Powell."