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We Practice For It

Publication Date: August, 2014
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ISBN: 978-1-936797-51-6
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We Practice For It
poems by Ted Lardner

(Available in August, 2014)

Winner of the Sunken Garden Poetry Prize, selected by Mark Doty

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Ted Lardner

Ted Lardner

Ted Lardner is the author of two previous chapbooks, Tornado (Wick Poetry Series, 2008) and Passing by a Home Place (Leaping Mountain Press, 1987). His chapbook We Practice for It was chosen by poet and essayist Mark Doty as winner of the Sunken Garden Poetry Prize, sponsored by Hill-Stead Museum and Tupelo Press. A yoga teacher at Cleveland Yoga and a professor of English at Cleveland State University, Ted lives with his family in Gates Mills, Ohio.

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Entwined: Three Lyric Sequences

Publication Date: September 2014
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ISBN: 978-1-936797-49-3
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Entwined: Three Lyric Sequences
by Carol Frost

(Available in September 2014)

Carol Frost’s poems have a classical grace and elegance, but there is molten emotion beneath their fluid surfaces. The poetic sequences in Entwined give a reader three perspectives on human awareness: as a lexicon of abstractions (Time, Beauty, Adultery, Scorn, and so on) and what the poet calls “moral dreaming”; as a voyage from the soul’s dark night into a new experience of light among the bays and shoals of Florida’s fecund gulf coast; and as a meditation on memory and mortality, through an encounter with a mind in decline — a parent succumbing to dementia.

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Carol Frost

Carol Frost

Carol Frost was born in 1948 in Lowell, Massachusetts, and as a child spent a year in her mother’s hometown of Vienna, so German was the first language she spoke. She studied at the Sorbonne and earned degrees from SUNY Oneonta and Syracuse University. The author of eleven previous books of poetry, most recently The Queen’s Desertion and Honeycomb (both Northwestern University Press, 2006 and 2010), she holds an endowed chair of English at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.

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The Faulkes Chronicle

Publication Date: September 2014
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ISBN: 978-1-936797-45-5
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The Faulkes Chronicle
a novel by David Huddle

(Available in September 2014)

As gradual as a cloud passing or a blossom opening, David Huddle’s nineteenth book is the story of a woman very slowly dying, accompanied by her husband and an astonishing nymber off offspring, from infants to young adults. The Faulkes Chronicle explores how children grieve, and shows how the wit and courage of even the littlest brothers and sisters can be a source of resiliance. Familial conversation

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David Huddle

David Huddle

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Originally from Ivanhoe, Virginia, David Huddle taught for thirty-eight years at the University of Vermont, then served three years as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at Hollins University. He now teaches at the Bread Loaf School of English, the Ranier Writing Workshop, and the Sewanee School of Letters. Huddle’s writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The American Scholar, Esquire, Harper’s, The Georgia Review, and in many other publications. His novel Nothing Can Make Me Do This won the 2012 Library of Virginia Award for Fictiopn, and his collection Black Snake at the Family Reunion won the 2013 PEN New England Award for Poetry.

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