ManuScrita: Poems on Life, Love, & the Nature of Reality by Michael Teichberg

ManuScrita: Poems on Life, Love, & the Nature of Reality by Michael Teichberg

Embark on a transformative journey of introspection and wonder with “ManuScrita,” a captivating poetry collection two decades in the making. Inspired by undergraduate studies in philosophy, comparative religion, Judaic studies, astronomy, and metaphysics, as well as encounters with eclectic music, movies, and conversations with strangers and friends, this collection offers a lifelong odyssey for reflection.

Featuring poems composed during the Poet-in-Decadence Writer’s Residence for O, Miami Poetry Month in 2016, alongside experimental formats, short free-form essays, and stream-of-consciousness exercises, “ManuScrita” offers an immersive experience that invites readers to delve into the depths of their own consciousness. Prepare to be transported, challenged, and moved by this debut publication, which celebrates life, love, and the nature of reality through a mystic’s lens.

Author’s announcement

I am absolutely thrilled to share that my poetry book, “ManuScrita” is officially available now on Amazon!
Amazon: Kabbalah & Mysticism
1 New Release first 12 days so far & debuted first week as #7 Best Seller

This collection has been a labor of love over the past 20 years. I began putting together the “manuscript” of my work when the world shut down in 2020, and we all began to think about our legacies and life overall through a new lens.

The work dates back to a poetry class I took in college and reflects years of new material and rewrites, audience feedback from open mic nights at Tea & Poets in South Miami, and my experience in the Poet-in-Decadence Writer’s Residence during O, Miami Poetry Month in 2016, where I joined the ranks of alumni James Franco and Kool Moe Dee.

It’s been a lifelong goal of mine to publish so that my words could become part of the world’s permanent record. Each poem reflects a piece of my soul. My hope is that at least one of them resonates with you in your own unique way.

I want to take this opportunity to express my deepest gratitude to everyone who has been a part of my inner world and served as an inspiration on this incredible writing journey. Special thanks to my wife, Rachel Teichberg, CVPM, CVBL, CCFP; my dad, Gil Weiner, DC, LST, FFCLB; and my dear friend, Eric Scott Zetka, for the editing help. Also, thanks to the amazing team at Amazon KDP for making this dream a reality.

To Ryan Sopelsa, Daniel White, MBA, Marcus Krupp, David Trager, Jon Alpert, Shaun Glassman, Sean Brown, Taryn Cook, Ashleigh Bergeron, Laura Athey-Lloyd, Psy.D., Justin Lasandra, Bryan Russett, Brian Park, Dan Chase, Dan Yildirim, Tom Howie, Rob Gleeson, Luis N., Dan Fallon, Jorge A. Andrade, Jacob Goodstein, Philip Katz, Adam G., Ricky Shub, Greg Palmer, Andrew Satz, H Jordan Weitz, Joe Lutfey, Risa Pekelis, Jack Pekelis, Stephen Park, AIA, IIDA, LEED AP, Herve Lacroix, Keith D. Smith III, and so many more people over the years whose conversations with me and our shared experiences are reflected in the work.
Lastly, if you read the book and are moved by it, I kindly ask for your support in sharing your thoughts and reviews on Amazon.

With love and gratitude,
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This is a personal project. The verses within these pages emerge from the voices of fictional narrators that have been crafted over a span of twenty years, rooted in my undergraduate studies in philosophy, comparative religion, and Judaic studies. The poetry in “ManuScrita” embodies a tapestry of ideas and viewpoints that do not necessarily reflect my own today. Their purpose is to ignite personal introspection.

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Year first published: 2023

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