Winner of the 2004 Dream Horse Press National Poetry Chapbook Prize. Haunting, musical, brilliant poetry that moves the reader through space and time. A real treasure for poetry lovers.
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Amy Holman is a literary consultant, poet, and prose writer living in Brooklyn, New York. Her writing has been nominated for Pushcart Prizes and published in many magazines, including American Letters & Commentary, Yan Gogh's Ear, XConnect, Night Train, The Manhattan Review and Shade. She's also had poetry in anthologies And We the Creatures (Dream Horse Press, 2003), Mercy of Tides (Salt Marsh Pottery Press, 2003) and The Best American Poetry 1999 (Scribner). She guest teaches at The New York School, Hudson Valley Writers Center, Emerson College, and Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and her Writer's Guide to MFA Programs, Artist Colonies and Grants will be published by Perigee in 2006.Review:
Its haunting and musical qualities deliver its understory in a way that earns great admiration. -- C. J. Sage
This is a wonderful series of poems . . . An amazing chapbook to which I will often return. Highly recommended. -- Jennifer Michael Hecht
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Book Description Dream Horse Press, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. (NB188 JUL26T6N) staining to rear, light edge/point wear, light scuffing, no underlining or highlighting within. Bookseller Inventory # 0965930785