Slope Editions, 2002 - 80 Seiten
Poetry. "Hypocrite reader, mon somblobble, Jonah Winter will New York School you in the woodshed of his imagination! These poems remind me of Robert Bresson's FOUR NIGHTS OF A DREAMER, in which a tape recorder spews out the blurts and ravings of the heart at inappropriate moments. MAINE is a hemorrhage of the goofy, the sinister, and the sublime"--James Cummins. Jonah Winter is a children's book author and illustrator whose books include Diego, Fair Ball! 14 Great Stars from Baseball's Negro Leagues, Once Upon a Time in Chicago, Beisbol and Frida. His poetry has appeared in journals including Field, Chicago Review and Ploughshares, from which he won the Cohen Award; he has also received a Pushcart Prize. This is his first book of poems.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
In the Best of All Possible Worlds
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