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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: In The Smoking Mirror we cross the mysterious barricade between substance and shadow to enter that dark forest where, if the tree falls, no one is there to confirm its existence. A bit of dust or some pebbles give life to half-formed worlds, one learns how to eat without a stomach, the hummocks of Paradise and the perpetual twilight of the Underground are but a step away, a dwarf can put his ear to the floor and hear the rustle of an angels wings. This is a poetry that stares into the cold terror of the looking-glass to unleash a frenzy of trapped images, vestibular encounters, fables and visions. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: In The Smoking Mirror we cross the mysterious barricade between substance and shadow to enter that dark forest where, if the tree falls, no one is there to confirm its existence. A bit of dust or some pebbles give life to half-formed worlds, one learns how to eat without a stomach, the hummocks of Paradise and the perpetual twilight of the Underground are but a step away, a dwarf can put his ear to the floor and hear the rustle of an angel's wings. This is a poetry that stares into the cold terror of the looking-glass to unleash a frenzy of trapped images, vestibular encounters, fables and visions.

About the Author: Eric Basso was born in Baltimore in 1947. His fiction, poetry, drama and essays have appeared in the Chicago Review, Fiction International, Central Park, Collages & Bricolages, Exquisite Corpse and many other publications. His five collections of poems are published by Asylum Arts. He is the author of twenty-one plays. His critically acclaimed drama trilogy, The Golem Triptych, and his book of short fiction, The Beak Doctor, are also available from Asylum Arts.

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