The Right Place to Jump
Peter Covino (Author)
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DescriptionPoetry. LGBT Studies. "If Frank O'Hara had lived to chronicle the post 9/11 decade, he might have written these wonderfully funny, sad, heartbreaking, jaunty, and always delightfully accurate poems by Peter Covino. THE RIGHT PLACE TO JUMP is unique in its immediacy, the tonal range of its love poems and elegies, its ability to draw the reader into the bittersweet daily round of the 'missed-numbed decade.' Who else would have begun a poem ('Broken Kingdom') with the advice, 'Always check expiration dates'? Here is a poet who so readily laughs at himself that we cannot help sharing in the fun and the pain." Marjorie Perloff"
New Issues Poetry & Prose
October 01, 2012
5.9 X 0.4 X 9.6 inches | 0.4 pounds
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About the Author
Poet, translator, and editor PETER COVINO is Professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Rhode Island. He is the winner of the 2007 PEN American/Osterweil Award for emerging poets and also the author of Cut Off the Ears of Winter (New Issues, 2005) and the chapbook Straight Boyfriend (2001), winner of the Frank O'Hara Poetry Prize. His co-edited volume, Essays on Italian American Literature and Culture recently appeared from Bordighera Press, CUNY (2012).