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Human-Carrying Flight Technology

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Poetry. "In 'the steady ache of language' a picaresque (askew and bemused) I seeks ways of enlarging awareness and acceptance. How do I rise to life's ongoing occasion? How do I see the other fully? How can I find my way to the largest vision? HUMAN-CARRYING FLIGHT TECHNOLOGY offers a rich, complicated, original and vivid collection of responses to these questions open-end ...more
Paperback, 1st, 114 pages
Published January 5th 2012
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I absolutely love Human-Carrying Flight Technology. Shipman's work has the ability to make me experience multiple and often contradictory emotional responses. He simultaneously finds the joy, sorrow, and the extraordinary in our daily lives. I love it!
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Christopher Shipman lives in New Orleans, LA with his wife Sarah, his daughter Finn, his dog George, and his two cats Jack and Adele. Shipman received a MFA in poetry in 2009. He is the author of Human-Carrying Flight Technology, Romeo's Ugly Nose, I Carved Your Name, co-author of Super Poems, and co-author of A Ship on the Line. His poems have appeared in literary journals such as Cimarron Review ...more
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