T. John Mattson's New Book 'Observations of a Warrior Poet' Shares The Deep-Seated Thoughts Of A Man Who Survived The Streets



NEW YORK - October 21, 2020 - (Newswire.com)

T. John Mattson, a writer involved in many activities and vocations throughout his life, has completed his most recent book “Observations of a Warrior Poet”: a gripping and potent compilation of poems that circle around a variety of subjects like abuse, mental struggles, and even politics.

Mattson writes, “My early lessons taught me to work hard and fight through the obstacles that would be encountered in my life. My poetic efforts began simply, without much structure, as I wrote about the issues that I was dealing with daily. Surviving homelessness and the culture that pierces through it, such as substance abuse, hostility, personal safety, etc., I was compelled to write about topics in a way that was clear and not overly symbolic. I soon began to feel drawn to issues that in my earlier days I was not active in, such as politics. Throughout this journey, most of my other interests would find their way to my paper as I tried to reexamine those concepts from a different vantage point. And though using ‘old-school’ rhyme may not be the most popular these days, it is within my comfort zone as I continue to be a work in progress.”

Published by Fulton Books, T. John Mattson’s book is a well-written poetry collection that opens the perspectives of readers to subjects that are of value and sometimes not really discussed openly. Told in verses and rhymes, this will be an entertaining and illuminating experience for everyone.

Readers who wish to experience this wonderful work can purchase “Observations of a Warrior Poet” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.


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