Paper Bullets by Julie Kane

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Wickedly clever Julie Kane is our 21st-century Dorothy Parker. Boldly upbeat, sassily downbeat, she’s laugh-out-loud funny. In Paper Bullets the wry Kane serves wit to the lugubrious and fun to the platitudinous. There’s a bon mot here for every sophisticate and rich humor for all who’ve forgotten that poetry knows how to tap the funny bone.
~ Molly Peacock
My ideal Ladies Poetry Group (if there were such a thing!) would consist of Emily Dickinson, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Dorothy Parker, and Wendy Cope. Non-participating onlookers might include Mary McCarthy, Pauline Kael, Gilda Radner, and Roseanne Barr—no guys allowed. Oh, to be a fly on that wall! Comes now Julie Kane, with full credentials and a bag of tricks ranging from couplets to limericks to triolets, with enough left over to feed the multitudes who have long been starved for a book of poetry that combines humor with wisdom, acid wit with a spoonful of sugar, and such a large portion of good will towards all that it makes me want to celebrate. Brava!
~ R.S. Gwynn
 

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Published October 21, 2013 by White Violet Press. 82 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction