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The Snow's Music: Poems

Floyd Skloot - Poetry - 2008 - 54 pages
The Snow's Music continues award-winning poet Floyd Skloot's lyrical and narrative explorations of memory, love, loss, and artistic expression. At once musical and precise ...
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Patient 002: A Novel

Floyd Skloot - Fiction - 2007 - 288 pages
At forty-one Sam is a successful, active, single father who contracts a virus that leaves him disabled, and when he offers to be a subject for a new drug, he finds love in an ...
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The open door: a novel

Floyd Skloot - Fiction - 1997 - 199 pages
Child abuse by frustrated parents. The father is Myrion, the vulgar owner of a poultry market in New York, the mother is pretentious Fay. Both regret their match and their sons ...
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Floyd Skloot Greatest Hits

Floyd Skloot - 2001 - 27 pages
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Revertigo: An Off-Kilter Memoir

Floyd Skloot - Biography & Autobiography - 2014 - 192 pages
One March morning, writer Floyd Skloot was inexplicably struck by an attack of unrelenting vertigo that ended 138 days later as suddenly as it had begun. With body and world ...
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The evening light: poems

Floyd Skloot - Poetry - 2001 - 85 pages
Well-known in the Pacific Northwest for his diverse writing talents, Skloot has crafted another book that will be as highly praised as his others. The beautifully crafted poems ...
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Approximately Paradise

Floyd Skloot - Poetry - 2005 - 72 pages
This new collection from award-winning poet Floyd Skloot, tracks life in all its mixed possibilities, taking hard but necessary glances at our ever-changing world. Concerned ...
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The Fiddler's Trance

Floyd Skloot - Poetry - 2001 - 79 pages
Poet, essayist, and novelist Floyd Skloot continues his exploration of human resilience in The Fiddler's Trance, his third full-length collection of poems. Skloot's poems ...
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The End of Dreams: Poems

Floyd Skloot - Poetry - 2006 - 56 pages
The End of Dreams is a celebration of the human capacity for adaptation amid the cycles of loss and renewal that characterize our intimate lives. Floyd Skloot mixes dramatic ...
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