Small Human Detail in Care of National Trust
Martin Walls (Author)
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DescriptionMartin Walls' poems have the stillness and depth of genuine meditations, be they about wrecking yards or cicadas, great aunts or x-rays, the Wabash River or the poor lost soul who throws himself before a train while the town fills up with the corn refinery's 'sweet-sick smell of syrup'.
New Issues Poetry and Prose
April 01, 2000
6.15 X 0.34 X 8.55 inches | 0.41 pounds
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About the Author
MARTIN WALLS was born in Brighton, England in 1970 and now lives in Baldwinsville, New York with his wife, Christine, and son Alexander. A US Library of Congress Witter Bynner Fellow, he is the author of three books of poems: Small Human Detail in Care of National Trust (2000), Commonwealth (2005), and The Solvay Process (2009).