I’m Kathryn Naylor. H. Cliff is my pen name.
I’m a poet, song writer and screenwriter with some wild and witty quotes to my credit. I was also a newspaper reporter, a New York City taxi driver (five years on the night shift) and Las Vegas blackjack dealer.
I’m an outlaw. You have never read poetry this dangerous. But don’t take my word for it.
What if these great poets had written reviews for Kathryn Naylor:
“The most sensual poems about women I have ever read. ‘Fog’ made me swoon.”
“This is the cold male heterosexual soul unleashed. ‘Wedding’. There’s a man’s poem.”
- Ted Hughes
“Fire and ice! Fire and ice!”
- Robert Frost
“I am stunned by the merciless majesty of ‘World History’. There are at least two immortal lines. Frankly, I’m a little jealous. And she had the good sense not to use the words, ‘bare bodkin’ –
something I’ve always regretted.”
“There’s no waste land here!”
- T.S. Eliot
“Death in the morning. Exactly.”
- Sylvia Plath