My book, “More Pennies Than Water”

My book, “More Pennies Than Water”

In his third collection of fiction and poetry, award-winning writer Steven Harz once again connects readers to stories containing emotions with which we can all connect. In “More Pennies Than Water” he covers themes of loves lost and found as well as rebirth of life and coping with death. Appearing regularly in “The Iron Writer Challenge” and “The Germ” Steven’s works continue to force laughter and tears, often simultaneously.Praise for Steven’s work:“LOVE this. Started to read it, couldn’t put it down….and have gone back to read it again. Completely captivated. Such powerful feelings behind this writing. I feel like I am looking not Steve’s open heart and somehow invading his privacy. So much heart and soul….deep emotion. Reminders of memories lost.”

“Thanks for bringing the memories roaring back Mr. Harz in the most ‘Springsteenish’ of ways”

“I’ve enjoyed reading ‘Songs You Can’t Dance To’ by Steven Harz immensely. It is a book for lovers and losers.”

“There is comfort in reading ‘Songs You Can’t Dance To'”

“Steven Harz takes me back to a time when Steely Dan was on the radio and I was finding myself as a person. Very insightful and very talented. Looking forward to more of his work.”

 

Published by Steven Harz

Steven Harz was the 2013 winner of the international People's Poetry Contest and is a three-time winner of The Iron Writer Challenge. Steve still writes poetry, but now it rhymes and is put to music - either acoustic with a Martin or electric with a Gretsch. Songwriting influences are: John Prine, Townes Van Zandt, Blze Foley, Jessi Alexander, Tyler Childers, Lori McKenna, Gabe Lee, Luz, Cleto Cordero, Jason Isbell, and of course, Willie and Dolly! Music is available on all streaming platforms - please check it out!

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