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October

Matthew Michael Hanner

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ISBN 10: 0986109207 / ISBN 13: 9780986109201
Published by Chandelier Galaxy Books, 2015
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Title: October

Publisher: Chandelier Galaxy Books

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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OCTOBER is Michael Hanner’s second collection of poetry. It covers thirty-four row boats, four thousand dollars, the black Japanese chest and the bars of Reykjavik to begin the wheels within wheels. There is the diminished Vézère and those two tire ruts disappearing into the wheat field. Here, some ancient crystalized sultanas, beefy bruisers, the Canal St. Denis. And there? There is baby carriage on the stairs, a Palmetto bug fussing in the shutters, bowed screen doors and a Grumman Albatross coming in low over the house, all this and still, you remember the big Stilson under the front seat, a little Valpolicella after the days of falling in love in Madam Cleo’s guesthouse, the Interior Minister’s inspectors, Gianicolo Hill, the use of Vienna sausages in Pinellas County and even the gentle Art Deco curves in the pastel facade of the Orange Blossom Cafeteria. All this, all this, set out for you; each intricate disaster, wrapped in newspaper, tied with string and ready for you to take home. Bon Appetit.

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Michael Hanner’s poetry has appeared in Gargoyle, Rhino, MARGIE, Nimrod, Mudfish, C.A.B., Cloudbank and many others. Michael’s chapbooks are Closing Down the Piccolo Bar, 2008, Palm Sunday, 2009, Winter Dreams, 2011, The Architecture of Holland, 2012, Confessions of Autumn, 2014 & Avenida Uriburu, 2015. His first full-length book, Vivaldi, an autobiography, was published in 2013. He is a member of Red Sofa and of Madrona Writers. He worked as an architect in Chicago and later in Eugene, Oregon. He has lived in Illinois a 19th century brick house on the Mississippi River, a shingled cabin in the Florida panhandle, a cinder-block bungalow in Miami, a stone house on the north shore of Chicago, a basement apartment, a room with a linoleum floor, another bungalow with corn fields out the window, an apartment with a black-iron fire escape near the Lincoln Park Zoo, a couple of three-flats in the neighborhoods of old Lithuanians, a red farmhouse on abandoned acreage, another bungalow now in Eugene, a few houses and apartments around southwestern France, a house in a forest, a Buenos Aires one bedroom with iffy power, and now a house with a view of the avenue. His other interests are gardening, irony, English croquet, French cooking, Argentine tango and photography. He lives in Eugene with his wife, poet Toni Hanner. He has neither a dog named named Spam, nor a cat named Archie.

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