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Words For What Those Men Have Done
Richard Jeffrey Newman's collection of poems, Words for What Those Men Have Done, continues the...
Sightlines
This collection is truly global in scope and universal in perspective. From a bog near...
Every Night of Our Lives
The twin themes of domestic adventure and dreams work together in Every Night of Our...
after words
The idea for this collection was to offer a tip of the hat to people...
Shiftless
Like the narrator of Raymond Carver's poem “Shiftless,” Janet Fraser likes to sit in a...
Red Haws to Light the Field
Red Haws To Light The Field is wide-ranging in subject matter: love, eroticism, war, death,...
In these poems, objects are occasions in outline. Dogs, cats, pianos, cappuccino, hair dye, snowshoes, parsley, and black raspberries do not simply lie there. They act upon one another and upon us. They demonstrate the laws of time. One birthday is a hundred birthdays. One city disappears into another.
A New Geography of Time

Robert Viscusi
2004
A New Geography of Time
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