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Michael Rumaker was a writing student at Black Mountain College during the final traumatic years of the college. From a blue-collar background, his personal poverty paralleled that of the school. Teachers like Charles Olson and Robert Creeley helped him to a good start in gritty published stories and longer fiction, and he later produced important chronicles of the American gay experience.
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"As a poet who also has lost a child, and written about it, I have great admiration for the courage, grace, and voice of memory/experience that Saul Bennett shares in this moving, redemptive collection. What makes the book stand out is the Lieberman-like use of diction, adding another layer of tension with respect to the subject matter. This is as strong a debut as any poet has made into the world of letters." -- Michael Bugeja, author, 'The Visionary' and 'The Art & Craft of Poetry'
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Book Description Black Mountain Press, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0964902060