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Poetry. Winner of the 2012 Dorothy Brunsman Poetry Prize. "In The Accidentalist, you'll find a lover as slide projector, a brain 'split / like a horse's hoof,' 'a music box pricked by sunset's light,' and a writer who tracks oddity and beauty, finding one inside the other. Wheeler's precise and complexly grateful voice manages to make reality refreshingly wobbly." — Matthea Harvey

"These poems risk being wrong about everything as a way to get everything right." — Matt Hart

About the Author

W. Vandoren Wheeler was born in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He earned a dual English/Spanish degree from New Mexico State, University of New Mexico, and Universidad de Granada, and an MFA in poetry from Warren Wilson College. He teaches writing and literature in Portland, Oregon.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780985058432
Author:
Wheeler, W. Vandoren
Publisher:
Bear Star Press
Author:
Wheeler, W Vandoren
Subject:
General Poetry
Publication Date:
20120901
Binding:
Paperback
Pages:
100

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