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Riassunto: Jim Davis? Object Permanence seems a life?s work, but one realizes that Davis is a poet who finds poetry in every second of his life?this collection is just the beginning. This is poetry of image and story that transcends the ordinary with extraordinary insight. Despite an unmistakable Midwestern sensibility echoing Sandburg through farm, fields, and railroads, Davis has a keen sense of the contemporary condition: homelessness, lost dreams, empty loves. Davis expresses where his poetry comes from and why this book should be read with his poem ?Ephemera:? The best and worst things are often unforeseen. / There are those we cannot name or will not, swirling in / varied pockets of deep night or no-one-looking.
?Albert DeGenova, Editor, After Hours, Chicago

Great work from a great Chicago writer.
?Bryan Crumpley, Editor, Dali?s Lovechild

Jim Davis paints a broad canvas with tiny images and symbols, moving from the minuscule to the cosmic and back again with athletic agility. These poems reveal relationships in surreal juxtapositions that whisk the reader from the known into a world of unexpected revelations.
?Laurence W. Thomas, Editor, Third Wednesday

L'autore: Jim Davis is an MFA candidate at Northwestern University and a graduate of Knox College. His work has appeared in Wisconsin Review, Seneca Review, Adirondack Review, Midwest Quarterly, and Contemporary American Voices, among many others. Jim lives, writes, and paints in Chicago, where he reads for TriQuarterly and edits North Chicago Review. In addition to the arts, Jim is an international semi-professional football player.

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Descrizione libro Amika Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Albert DeGenova, Editor, After Hours, Chicago: Jim Davis Object Permanence seems a life s work, but one realizes that Davis is a poet who finds poetry in every second of his life-this collection is just the beginning. This is poetry of image and story that transcends the ordinary with extraordinary insight. Despite an unmistakable Midwestern sensibility echoing Sandburg through farm, fields, and railroads, Davis has a keen sense of the contemporary condition: homelessness, lost dreams, empty loves. Davis expresses where his poetry comes from and why this book should be read with his poem Ephemera: The best and worst things are often unforeseen. / There are those we cannot name or will not, swirling in / varied pockets of deep night or no-one-looking. Bryan Crumpley, Editor, Dali s Lovechild: Great work from a great Chicago writer. Laurence W. Thomas, Editor, Third Wednesday: Jim Davis paints a broad canvas with tiny images and symbols, moving from the minuscule to the cosmic and back again with athletic agility. These poems reveal relationships in surreal juxtapositions that whisk the reader from the known into a world of unexpected revelations. Codice libro della libreria APC9781937484224

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Descrizione libro Amika Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Albert DeGenova, Editor, After Hours, Chicago: Jim Davis Object Permanence seems a life s work, but one realizes that Davis is a poet who finds poetry in every second of his life-this collection is just the beginning. This is poetry of image and story that transcends the ordinary with extraordinary insight. Despite an unmistakable Midwestern sensibility echoing Sandburg through farm, fields, and railroads, Davis has a keen sense of the contemporary condition: homelessness, lost dreams, empty loves. Davis expresses where his poetry comes from and why this book should be read with his poem Ephemera: The best and worst things are often unforeseen. / There are those we cannot name or will not, swirling in / varied pockets of deep night or no-one-looking. Bryan Crumpley, Editor, Dali s Lovechild: Great work from a great Chicago writer. Laurence W. Thomas, Editor, Third Wednesday: Jim Davis paints a broad canvas with tiny images and symbols, moving from the minuscule to the cosmic and back again with athletic agility. These poems reveal relationships in surreal juxtapositions that whisk the reader from the known into a world of unexpected revelations. Codice libro della libreria APC9781937484224

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Descrizione libro Amika Press. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Paperback. 136 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.3in.Jim Davis Object Permanence seems a lifes work, but one realizes that Davis is a poet who finds poetry in every second of his lifethis collection is just the beginning. This is poetry of image and story that transcends the ordinary with extraordinary insight. Despite an unmistakable Midwestern sensibility echoing Sandburg through farm, fields, and railroads, Davis has a keen sense of the contemporary condition: homelessness, lost dreams, empty loves. Davis expresses where his poetry comes from and why this book should be read with his poem Ephemera: The best and worst things are often unforeseen. There are those we cannot name or will not, swirling in varied pockets of deep night or no-one-looking. Albert DeGenova, Editor, After Hours, Chicago Great work from a great Chicago writer. Bryan Crumpley, Editor, Dalis Lovechild Jim Davis paints a broad canvas with tiny images and symbols, moving from the minuscule to the cosmic and back again with athletic agility. These poems reveal relationships in surreal juxtapositions that whisk the reader from the known into a world of unexpected revelations. Laurence W. Thomas, Editor, Third Wednesday This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781937484224

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