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Floyd Skloot's fourth book of poetry is his most poignant and tender collection, and his most passionate. This volume follows on the heels of his intensely interesting, soul-stirring memoir about living with brain disease, In the Shadow of Memory. These new poems explore some of that territory with eloquence and sheer primal power, while other poems describe the aspects of his life that-despite his daunting challenges-approximate paradise. Those discovering him for the first time will find themselves in the hands of a master, described by the Harvard Reviewas "a poet of singular skill and subtle intelligence."

Floyd Skloot's memoir, In the Shadow of Memory, won the 2004 Pen Center USA Literary Award, and the Chicago Tribunenamed it one of the Best Books of 2003. His acclaimed and award-winning poetry has been published in Atlantic Monthly, Harper's Magazine, Poetry, and countless other magazines and journals, as well as being widely anthologized. He lives in Amity, Oregon, with his wife, the artist Beverly Hallberg.

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Poetry. Floyd Skloot's fourth book of poetry is his most poignant and tender collection, and his most passionate. This volume follows on the heels of his intensly interesting, soul stirring memoir about living with brain disease, IN THE SHADOW OF MEMORY. These new poems explore some of that territory with eloquence and sheer primal power, while other poems describe the aspects of his life that-- despite his daunting challenges-- approximate paradise. Those discovering him for the first time will find themselves in the hands of a master, described by HARVARD REVIEW as "a poet of sigular skill and subtle intelligence."

About the Author

Floyd Skloot is the author of the prize winning memoir of living with brain damage, In the Shadow of Memory. Awards include: 2004 PEN Center USA Literary Award, Independent Publishers Book Award, Oregon Book Award.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781932195255
Author:
Skloot, Floyd
Publisher:
Tupelo Press
Subject:
General
Subject:
General Poetry
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20050101
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
72
Dimensions:
9.04x6.08x.27 in. .39 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Poetry. Floyd Skloot's fourth book of poetry is his most poignant and tender collection, and his most passionate. This volume follows on the heels of his intensly interesting, soul stirring memoir about living with brain disease, IN THE SHADOW OF MEMORY. These new poems explore some of that territory with eloquence and sheer primal power, while other poems describe the aspects of his life that-- despite his daunting challenges-- approximate paradise. Those discovering him for the first time will find themselves in the hands of a master, described by HARVARD REVIEW as "a poet of sigular skill and subtle intelligence."
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