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Codes of Public Sleep breaks open the code of private thought to modes of knowing catastrophe that defy insufficient isolating sagas. Camille Martin's poetry is the shattering signal from a laudably wild tongue that will not keep still for our death-drive culture. This is a remarkable collection.--Rae Armantrout
Paperback, 80 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Book Thug
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In these taut, fast-paced, self-aware poems, the lyric meets 21st century paranoia and sparks fly.
—Rae Armantrout

There is magnificence in these poems, a poetic magnetic, propelling you to turn the page.
—Jordan Scott

Camille Martin’s poems shimmer with repetition deft as sweetest breath mid-spring.
—Sheila E. Murphy

There’s none of the lyrical self-absorption one finds in too many c
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