Autumn House Press, 2013 Paper: 978-1-932870-91-6 | eISBN: 978-1-63768-018-6 Library of Congress Classification PS3620.O32586A6 2013 Dewey Decimal Classification 811.6
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ABOUT THIS BOOK
James Tolan's debut full-length collection exhibits eloquent and direct language to explore family trauma and personal memory. Tolan has a truly unique voice and his poems offer readers something they won't find elsewhere.
JAMES TOLAN is author of the poetry collection Mass of the Forgotten (Autumn House)and the chapbooks Red Walls (Dos Madres Press) and Fresh Fruit and Gravity (Far Gone Books). His poems appear in such journals as American Literary Review, Atlanta Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Fairy Tale Review, Gargoyle, Indiana Review, Ploughshares and Verse Daily as well as a number of anthologies, including the Autumn House Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry. He is co-editor of New America: Contemporary Literature for a Changing Society (Autumn House) and a Professor at the City University of New York/BMCC. www.jamestolan.com
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