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Uneven Music

Albert C. Walton

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ISBN 10: 1457508834 / ISBN 13: 9781457508837
Published by Dog Ear Publishing, LLC, 2012
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Title: Uneven Music

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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"Albert Walton's Uneven Music heralds the arrival of a profound and exciting new voice in American poetry.With astonishing truth, compassion and playful accuracy, these poems are lifelines, revelations, wild stories, and intimate confessions about what it's like to be connected or disconnected: to loved ones here and gone, to strangers on the street, to the sacred and to our inner lives. Walton's pitch-perfect ear brings us irresistible language replete with jazzy riffs, witty vernacular and spare, achingly beautiful meditations. This is a book I'll keep by my bedside and read many times over with great pleasure and admiration." ~ Cathy Colman, author of Borrowed Dress "Al Walton does more than write down to the bone. He shatters the bone, then puts it back together with threads of light and flesh. The poems in Uneven Music are an amazement of beauty and truth; they are a man, a life, a calling out." ~ Tracy DeBrincat, author of Moon Is Cotton & She Laugh All Night "Wow! A book of poems from you never heard of. Stop the presses, right? Alert the media. Except that this is the real thing. These poems startle you, take you to places you didn't know you longed to go. He plays language like his 70 Something blues man plays his beef bone guitar, makes it quiver like a gospel tambourine, and cackle with the a dark chorus outside a liquor store." ~ Hal Ackerman, author of Stein Stoned Albert Walton sprouted in Texas and blossomed in Los Angeles. His formal training and degree is in drawing and design and his career work has been in visual communication, producing graphics and special visual effects for movies and television. He is a certified instructor and 30 year practitioner of Tai Chi Chuan. He paints and plays music. Albert writes: "I discovered the power of honest words put to paper at a writer's workshop several years ago. I found the attempt to distill feelings and evoke moments in clear language, to be healing, liberating and often enlightening."

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