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Résumé

These clear-eyed yet inventive poems about work offer a hard-won wisdom that lifts us above suffering to understanding. —Christopher Buckley … More →
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Epiphany School

Chris Green's Epiphany School, penned with all the wonder and curiosity of a wise child, is not a book for the timid, the slack-minded, the duped or sleeping. —Maureen Seaton … More →
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The Sky Over Walgreens

He’s not afraid, in these poems, to be seen in the company of every kind of love, and to acknowledge love’s shadows. —Amy Gerstler … More →
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Brute Neighbors

More than sixty of Chicago’s best writers and artists contributed work for this groundbreaking anthology, Brute Neighbors: urban nature poetry, prose & photography. —Liam Heneghan … More →
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A Writers’ Congress

This anthology of varied voices feels like a single praise song, in the spirit of a larger democratic project, with varying pitch and tone, and this nuance is accomplished without sacrificing the uniqueness of each poet. —Yusef Komunyakaa … More →