Lovers in the Used World by Gillian Conoley
(Poetry Series)

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A collection of poetry by Gillian Conoley.
 

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Gillian Conoley's collections include Lovers in the Used World, Beckon, Tall Stranger (nominee for the National Book Critics Circle Award), and Some Gangster Pain. Winner of several Pushcart Prizes, the Jerome J. Shestack Award in Poetry, and included in Best American Poetry, she is Poet-in-Residence and Professor at Sonoma State University, where she is the founder and editor of Volt.
 
Published January 1, 2001 by Carnegie Mellon. 64 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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writes Conoley), her attractively scattered sentence fragments, her stentorian openings ("That the transactions would end"), her domesticated jump-cuts and even distinctive props from Graham's most famous poems (birds on a phone line, for example) pervade so many of Conoley's new poems that this ...

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