Enter Dark Stranger: Poems

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University of Arkansas Press, 1989 - Poetry - 65 pages
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A ." . . stunning first poetry collection. . . . These poems are howlingly nasty and perfectly executed. . . . Trowbridge's weapons are a deep puzzlement of feeling and a wonderful ear; he knows how to divert with jokes while he's about to attack: 'BLAM BLAM BLAM!'" -San Francisco Chronicle

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Part II of this book costs entirely of poems about King Kong. In general, I'm not one for silliness in poetry, but Trowbridge's craft, even in the Kong poems, is still something mighty to behold. Part ... Read full review

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