OUT OF STOCK. Buy from orchardcity.net The third book of poetry by Eric Victorino. The climax to Trading Sunshine for Shadows is easily "Bridges," the poem that walks the reader through the tipping point in the midst of Victorino's mental illness. When he made the decision to chronicle the thoughts leading to his involuntary psychiatric hold and his eventual diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder, Victorino didn't edit himself. It was the first piece where he couldn't hide from anything. - Huffington Post
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Eric Victorino is an poet, singer and visual artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area.Review:
Eric Victorino exposes his painful battles with depression and heartache that so many people experience but can't quite put into words. His poems reveal as much about you as they do about him. --Sarah Lewitinn / Ultragrrrl, NYLON Magazine
Tense, tragic and (hopefully) hopeful, his writing demands to be read -- and read plainly. A suicide note, a love note, a musical note -- it recalls all forms of poetry that rely more on the beauty and ugliness of stark experiences than twisting turns of phrase --Brenna Ehrlich - Author of Stuff Hipsters Hate, Staff Writer MTV.com
A painstakingly honest look at man grappling with life and mental illness. ... A deeply personal book providing a glimpse into his darkest periods marked by tragedy and self loathing. Thankfully, Eric Victorino lives on, as will his work. --Molli Sullivan - SNAP Magazine by Hipstamatic
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