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W. W. Norton, Incorporated, Apr 27, 2010 - Poetry - 121 pages
Increasingly, Todd Boss has been attracting attention, with poems in the Paris Review and The New Yorker and a series in Poetry. His first collection, set in the Midwest, alternately features a childhood Wisconsin farm, the record-breaking storm that destroyed it, and the turbulent marriage that recalls it. Love and wonder mingle in these lines.

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User Review  - ceeess - LibraryThing

This book has been on my wish list for quite awhile. I read it within two days of receiving it. As the back cover says, Boss masters the internal rhyme, poem after poem. A keeper. A more-than-once read for sure. Read full review

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When was the last time you read a book of poetry cover to cover? I am not sure if I ever had til I got this slim volume of poems by Todd Boss. The images and the voices of young and old for whom work ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Todd Boss is the author of the poetry collections Yellowrocket and Pitch, both honored by the Midwest Bookseller's Choice Award, and most recently of the poetry collection Tough Luck. He is the founding artistic director of Motionpoems, a film company in Minneapolis.

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