The Purpose of Things

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Regal House Publishing, Jul 6, 2020 - Photography - 86 pages
Is the ordinary really so ordinary? Or illuminated in different light, does it reveal something far beyond what we previously imagined? In The Purpose of Things, poet Peter Serchuk and photographer Pieter de Koninck pair fresh language and images to create a landscape of new possibilities filled with insight and humor.

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Pieter de Koninck is an award-winning art director and graphic designer who has created numerous print, broadcast, and online advertising campaigns for such major clients as The Boeing Company and Nestlé. In addition to his own photography, he has worked alongside a long list of nationally recognized photographers, cinematographers, and directors. Peter Serchuk's poems have appeared in a wide variety of literary journals including Poetry, The Hudson Review, Paris Review, Boulevard, New Letters, Texas Review, North American Review, and others. His previous collections are Waiting for Poppa at the Smithtown Diner (University of Illinois Press) and All That Remains (WordTech Editions).

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