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Publisher Description

The poems in Circles Where the Head Should Be are full of objects and oddities, bits of news, epic catalogues, and a cast of characters hoping to make sense of it all. Underneath the often whimsical surface, however, lies a search for those connections we long for but so often miss, and a wish for art to bridge the gaps. "Circles Where the Head Should Be has its own distinctive voice, a lively intelligence, insatiable curiosity, and a decided command of form. These qualities play off one another in ways that instruct and delight. An irresistible book."--J. D. McClatchy, author of Mercury Dressing: Poems, judge

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
April 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
84
Pages
PUBLISHER
University of North Texas Press
SELLER
UNT Press
SIZE
315.9
KB