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Poetry. Sandra Doller's tricky, sly language comes at you sideways, full of coinages and puns, and is obsessed with lines: the highways and train tracks that cross deserts; lines from jokes and ghost stories; and lines of influence--Gertrude Stein implicitly, and H.D. explicitly. Doller is not concerned with the complete or the perfect; she shows us the torn edge of notebo ...more
Paperback, 115 pages
Published 2010 by Ahsahta Press
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THIS is an entire book of poetry that represents the style I tend to write in. take that poetry workshop. What originally hooked me was the "They Go to Bed with Gilda" mp3 on the Ahsahta press website. oh yes. I will be reading this again & again.
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the sudden realization that i should read this listening to cocteau twins through headphones.
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Sandra Doller is the author of three books—Oriflamme (Ahsahta Press, 2005, under her pre-merged name, Miller), Chora (Ahsahta Press, 2010), and Man Years (Subito Press, 2011)—and two chapbooks: a translation of Éric Suchère's Mystérieuse, which won the 2012 Anomalous Press translation prize selected by Christian Hawkey, and Memory of the Prose Machine from Cut Bank Books, which also functions off- ...more