Incandescent Visions by Lee Hudspeth

Having written numerous works of nonfiction, this is Lee Hudspeth’s debut book of poetry. 

Incandescent Visions explores the meaning of the human experience, as the author encourages his readers to ponder the universe and their place within it and to catalyze their own creative potential. From the sublime shores of the Mediterranean to the majestic expansiveness of deep space, this book contemplates nostalgia, perspective and the gift of love. Through five short yet powerful, thought-provoking chapters of contemporary poems–and a dash of elegant, evocative haiku–Hudspeth takes his readers on a journey across the inner landscape of struggle, triumph, self-realization, and imagination. 

Where to Find This Book:

Incandescent Visions by Lee Hudspeth is available at these sites:

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Just the Facts:

Incandescent Visions by Lee Hudspeth
Genre: Poetry
Page Count: 64 pages
Publisher: George Lee Hudspeth Jr.
Pub Date: December 16, 2019

Lee Hudspeth is a poet, writer, musician and fellow human being. Incandescent Visions is his first book of poetry. He is the co-author of ten nonfiction books in the field of Information Technology. He has written articles for professional journals like PC Computing and Office Computing. He is the author of over one hundred articles in the online magazine The Naked PC, which he co-founded and co-published. He lives in Southern California with his wife, two sons and their cat. Find out more about Lee, his books and his music at

Author Links:
Website  ~  Twitter ~ Instagram ~ Goodreads


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