Scrambled eggs & whiskey: poems, 1991-1995

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Copper Canyon Press, 1996 - Poetry - 101 pages
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Powerful new poems by one of North America's premier poets.

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User Review  - Brittany Wilmes - Goodreads

Lovely poems by a compassionate, thoughtful man. Plenty of his ancient references went about three feet over my head, but I especially loved his line stating that he is "mostly Love, now." (Kudos to George Saunders for leading me to this collection via his Syracuse commencement speech.) Read full review

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User Review  - William - Goodreads

The book came out just prior to m graduation from MFA program and share "The Last Poem in the World" along with my to our gather cohort and attendees. Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Hayden Carruth is the author of twenty-five books of poetry, a novel, four books of criticism, and two anthologies, and has held fellowships from the Bollingen, Guggenheim and Lannan foundations, as well as the NEA. His many awards include the National Book Award for Poetry, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the Lenore Marshall/The Nation Award.

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