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Poetry. Limited to 260 copies.
Hardback, 55 pages
Published 1969 by Stone Wall Press
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Robb Todd
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Disappointing collection. Only one poem that showed his promise. But I read this in "The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations Millennium General Assembly: Poems Collected and New" and knew that this was a young poet still finding his way. It will be interesting to watch the arc.
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Poet, playwright and author Denis Johnson was born in Munich, West Germany in 1949 and was raised in Tokyo, Manila and Washington. He holds a masters' degree from the University of Iowa and has received many awards for his work, including a Lannan Fellowship in Fiction (1993), a Whiting Writer's Award (1986), the Aga Khan Prize for Fiction from the Paris Review for Train Dreams, and most recently, ...more
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