One of the many joys of working at Barnes & Noble is working alongside other writers and published authors, poets and professionals that have been in the book selling business for many years. We talk, share our work, make recommendations to one another and support each other. It is a really wholesome environment for an aspiring writer like myself. And I am blessed to work some of the most wonderful people. One of those wonderful people I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know is Aubyn Sharp.
Aubyn is by far one of the kindest people I know, and is very personable and I genuinely enjoy spending time with at work. And I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading his published collection of poetry End of the Tunnel. Being able to speak with the poet himself about his work is a blessing I don’t take for granted. I’ve never been able to confer with someone on their writing on the level that I have with Aubyn.
When reading Aubyn’s poetry there were so many times I felt him in my head, and I usually text him about it too. His work has resonated with me on several different levels. And reading it makes me feel not so alone in this world.
Dealing with the true rawness of heart break, relationship problems, depression, and healing from those experiences are just some of the many themes that Aubyn explores in his work. Some that many other readers may find just as relatable, if not more.
Aubyn has been writing for six years, and is continuously writing new material to which he shares to his Instagram account. In his free time, he enjoys listening to his vinyl records, reading and going to concerts with friends.
You can follow Aubyn and check out his work at https://instagram.com/aubyn.s.poetry?utm_medium=copy_link