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ALL ROADS has been added to the collections of two university libraries ?in Ohio and Louisiana.

REVIEW EXCERPTS:

“…a book of poetry and short prose by four very dissimilar writers. The first thing I noticed about it is how physically beautiful it is as an object?a substantial amount of good work and frequent touches of brilliance.?/font>

About JON CONE:

“…a kind of wrestling match in which a powerful and meticulous mind grapples with difficult decisions, now making the cautious move, now the bold one. I felt as though I’d been invited into the process to struggle along with the poet, a high-octane endeavor.?/font>

About klipschutz:

“[his] work I think of as a presence, a personality?a clever mensch, a good-natured wise guy. Reading him is like having a few beers with a friend who happens to be a brilliant conversationalist…”

About CLAUDIA GRINNELL:

sample lines from her poems: “…and a surgeon rushes to amputate both my legs.
I believe in blood / sacrifice. Strange, to hear the news / of my death. This is where you will die.?/font>

About ALBERT SGAMBATI:

“[he] provides the short prose pieces, some of which convey a very convincing sense of place in a fluid, muscular style. His Chinatown Forever! creates a living locale via poetry.…He then does something very different with the striking musicality of At My Door in the Twenty-First Century.?

--Lee Thorn, in his column From The For-Real Side, Tucson Weekly Observer, April 25, 2007

 

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