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Tables is Alfred Corn's eighth poetry collection and the third in Press 53's Silver Concho Poetry Series, edited by Pamela Uschuk and William Pitt Root. Carolyn Forche, of The Lambda Book Report, says, "Corn's formal range is everywhere apparent. He even attempts sapphics in English which closely resemble what might be accomplished in the Greek. But as he understands art ...more
Paperback, 98 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Press 53
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Alfred Corn was born in Bainbridge, Georgia, in 1943. He grew up in Valdosta, Georgia, and received his B.A. in French literature from Emory University in 1965. He was awarded an M.A. in French literature from Columbia University in 1967, his degree work including a year spent in Paris on a Fulbright Fellowship and two years of teaching in the French Department at Columbia College.

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