Diminutive Revolutions by Daniel Bouchard

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Poetry. Poetry, geography, ornithology, and history. Daniel Bouchard is the captain of them all. Here is a poet who has found his place in the topography of a sprawling world. His navigations are a pleasure to behold -- Lisa Jarnot. Daniel Bouchard's book is wonderful. A pure and absolute democracy of insight -- Jennifer Moxley. Daniel Bouchard is an editor, with William Corbett and Joseph Torra, of the new press Pressed Wafer (see New Publisher list on pg. 3). His WRACKLINE (Situations Press) is also available from SPD.

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Published January 1, 2000 by Subpress. 79 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Part elegy, part environmental study, this record of a season on the back of a garbage truck negotiates the psychic boundary between a world of nature ever in renewal and a human world ever in decay: ""In a formal picture/ Ed stands with friends in a white suit./ Depleted plutonium becomes a mili...

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