Suipsalms: Collected Poetry
John Edward Lawson (Author)
DescriptionSuiPsalms is the follow up to Lawson's first, acclaimed poetry collection, THE TROUBLESOME AMPUTEE. Exploring the subject of suicide from all angles, this collection challenges pre-conceived notions and both poetry and suicide. Drawing on influences from Sylvia Plath to Ian Curtis this book is never quite what you expect.
Raw Dog Screaming Press
August 16, 2012
6.0 X 0.31 X 9.0 inches | 0.45 pounds
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About the Author
John Edward Lawson is a writer and editor living in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC. He is the author of fifteen books of fiction and poetry, and seven chapbooks. Over 500 of his poems, stories, and articles have been published in magazines, anthologies, literary journals, and newspapers worldwide. John was a winner of the 2001 Fiction International Emerging Writers Competition; in addition to being a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award (2006, Superior Achievement in Poetry) and the Wonderland Award for Bizarro Fiction (2007, collected fiction), other award nominations include two for the Dwarf Stars Award, the Pushcart Prize, and two for the Rhysling Award.