January rain

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Story Line Press, Sep 1, 1997 - Poetry - 71 pages
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Co-winner of the 1997 Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize, a first book award dedicated to discovering and presenting new poets.

At turns witty, stark, acidic, and irreverent, Anderson's poems are personal but not private. Their form, clarity, and meaning make them readable and enjoyable. Concerned with the music of language, many of these poems are neo-formalist with plot and persona as well, From season to season, city to seaside, January Rain offers up a unique, meditative relationship with the world.

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Standard Time
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Executive Geocbrone
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After a Long Winter
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