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The poems in this collection, like the dark side of the moon, or the dreams of the dead, gently insist that almost everything that happens in our lives, large or small, is possible only because it is secretly nourished and reinforced by situations that might have happened instead. Not only that, but some of these alternative scenarios may actually occur alongside the final ...more
Paperback, 42 pages
Published July 3rd 2016 by Uttered Chaos
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Anatoly Molotkov
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"Between a map/ as big as the earth/ and the earth// must be a different kind of air." And it is this elusive air that the poet breathes and shares. Elegant and imaginative! ...more
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Anita Sullivan is a piano tuner, poet, editor, publisher, gardener, translator, birdwatcher, and rock art enthusiast. What do these have in common? They are delightful activities, but not so good for earning a living, even doing them all at once! Nonetheless, she owned and operated her own piano tuning business for almost

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