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Reflections in the Lizard's Eye: Notes from the High Desert

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In this collection of essays, poet, painter, and world traveler John Brandi reveals his vision of the American Southwest, his home of thirty years. Brandi's lyrical writing captures the desert's wild, open spaces and leads readers into the abodes of remote desert dwellers.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Western Edge Press
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John Brandi, poet, painter, essayist and haiku writer, has resided in New Mexico for 35 years. Over the decades his poems and essays have celebrated his rambles into the unexpected crannies of the high desert, as well as presenting his conversations with bizarre loners, spunky elders, and eccentric renegades.

As a poet, Brandi owes much to the Beat tradition, and to poets as diverse as Federico Ga
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