MELTLINES collects 19 poems rooted in the topography of the Canadian Northwest and Alaska, from the winner of the 2001 Gerald Cable First Book Award (for ODD BOTANY). A deluxe chapbook-style volume with a color cover featuring the author's own freehand map of the region.
Published June 21st 2001 by Van Doren Company
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Thorpe Moeckel, the author of Venison (Etruscan, 2010), teaches in the writing program at Hollins University. His work has appeared in Field, Open City, The Antioch Review, Poetry Daily, Orion, Poetry, The Southern Review, and Virginia Quarterly Review, among others. He is the author of two books of poems — Odd Botany (Silverfish Review Press, 2002) and Making a Map of the River (Iris Press, 2008)...moreMore about Thorpe Moeckel...