You Can Tell the Horse Anything
The acclaimed first book of one of today's most imaginative and engaging prose poets. "Mary Koncel is the Edward Hopper of prose poems, the geographer of . . . landscapes where the light is all wrong and human loneliness overwhelming. But just as we are going to despair, she finds a bright corner in which something extraordinary takes place. This is the grace of her poems."- Maxine Chernoff
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