Press Profiles - Dylan Webster
Dylan Webster lives in Phoenix, AZ, with his lovely and supportive wife and son. His poetry and fiction have appeared in The Dillydoun Review, Cannons Mouth Quarterly, and anthologies by both Quillkeepers Press and Neon Sunrise. Recently, he teamed up with Quillkeepers to create and release his debut poetry collection.
Dylan has been writing since the age of twelve. Beginning with Poe, and branching into many different authors and styles. Works with a touch of the spiritual sing to him, contrivances that have depth and connections to many other things. Stories of all kinds, and in many different mediums, appeal to him.
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, The Shining by Stephen King, The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho are among his favorite novels. Some of the poets frequently whispering in his ear include Marie Howe, Sylvia Plath, Dylan Thomas, Anthony Hecht, Allen Ginsberg, James Hoch, and T.S. Eliot.
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This collection of poetry is an introspective look into the mind and soul of a writer ardently finding his way through a fractured world of religion, spirituality, and coming of age. Divided into 5 sections he takes the reader on an exploration of self-discovery. Debuting with "Pose" as his first title, Dylan Webster grabs his readers by the throats and holds tight until the very end with his final selection titled "Vision". The compilation is set up to tap into the emotional recesses of one's mind, while offering a glimmer of hope and light at the end of the reading adventure. Strap yourself in for this beautifully crafted book, leaving plenty of time for digestion of its layered passages and metaphors.