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1 hundred hiccups

Kadela, Michael

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ISBN 10: 097080122X / ISBN 13: 9780970801227
Published by Em Press, 2002
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097080122X Publisher: EM PressDate of Publication: 2002Binding: trade paperbackEdition: Condition: Very GoodDescription: 097080122X Very clean and bright with no marks. Light cover wear with used label on rear cover. Nice, scarce title. First Printing Stated. Bookseller Inventory # 015316

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Title: 1 hundred hiccups

Publisher: Em Press

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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"Each poem within is a spectacular silhouette of romance. Or better--these poems are like cubist paintings: The jagged juxtaposition of symbols, meticulously brushed meter, and tough texture of language blur conventional meaning as they sharpen our focus on the beautiful and the sublime. When I read your poetry, I feel happily marooned on a distant planet in a distant galaxy. There are two suns in a sky that isn't blue, but red; there is rain in the winter and snow in the summer; there is gravity but things fall upward. These poems turn me on my head, and as the blood rushes to my brain, truth rushes to my heart. From poet to poet--I hope Cummings and John Berryman like company."---George David Miller, author of Children of Kosen-Rufu

About the Author:

Mike Kadela was born on the east side of Joliet in 1971, after which he immediately began the practice of causing problems for all those with whom he came into direct or indirect contact. After successfully leaving DePaul University prior to graduation in 1991, he held a series of terribly odd jobs ranging from the cleaning of dead chickens to the scouting of movie locations for the feature film industry. In 2000, he represented The Green Mill Cocktail Lounge at The National Poetry Slam in Providence, Rhode Island. This is his first book. He currently resides in Chicago.

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