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Price
$17.95  $16.51
Publisher
Red Hen Press
Publish Date
Pages
86
Dimensions
5.9 X 0.4 X 8.7 inches | 0.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781597094665
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About the Author

Lawrence Bridges lives Los Angeles, California. This is his second book of poems from Red Hen Press. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, and most recently, The Tampa Review. Bridges founded the acclaimed film and design studio, Red Car, and has directed several hundred commercials and music videos, features and documentaries. Stanley Kubrick has called his work in film "visual poetry." More recently, he directed a series of six documentaries on prominent American authors for the NEA's "Big Read" initiative, which include Ray Bradbury, Amy Tan, Rudolfo Anaya, Ernest J. Gaines, Tobias Wolff, and Cynthia Ozick.

Reviews

Dissociative Poet! Dis-sociative?! - when the ruling motif is precisely the opposite, when what we are struck by, again and again and again is the intuitive wizardry of lightening associations, association, junctions, segues, startling linkages that make you see as you've never seen before and think as you've never thought before! As feel as you've never felt before. And very often jump out of you skin! "Our profiles are what make us look strange." There is pure lyricism, the beautiful "Winter Object: Oath of Silence," wherein the images are Yeatslike. Elsewhere, this lovely phrase" "All the cells want to be flowers." "All the cells want to be flowers. Oh", to have written that!"
--Cynthia Ozick

Dissociative Poet! Dis-sociative?! - when the ruling motif is precisely the opposite, when what we are struck by, again and again and again is the intuitive wizardry of lightening associations, association, junctions, segues, startling linkages that make you see as you've never seen before and think as you've neverthoughtbefore! As feel as you've never felt before. And very often jump out of you skin! "Ourprofilesare what make uslook strange." There is pure lyricism, the beautiful "Winter Object: Oath of Silence," wherein the images are Yeatslike. Elsewhere, this lovely phrase" "All the cells want to be flowers.""All the cells want to be flowers. Oh," to havewrittenthat!
Cynthia Ozick"

Dissociative Poet! Dis-sociative?! - when the ruling motif is precisely the opposite, when what we are struck by, again and again and again is the intuitive wizardry of lightening associations, association, junctions, segues, startling linkages that make you see as you've never seen before and think as you've neverthoughtbefore! As feel as you've never felt before. And very often jump out of you skin! "Ourprofilesare what make uslook strange." There is pure lyricism, the beautiful "Winter Object: Oath of Silence," wherein the images are Yeatslike. Elsewhere, this lovely phrase" "All the cells want to be flowers."All the cells want to be flowers. Oh, to havewrittenthat!
Cynthia Ozick

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