You Can Tell the Horse Anything

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Tupelo Press, 2004 - Poetry - 69 pages
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The acclaimed first book of one of today's most imaginative and engaging prose poets. "Mary Koncel is the Edward Hopper of prose poems, the geographer of . . . landscapes where the light is all wrong and human loneliness overwhelming. But just as we are going to despair, she finds a bright corner in which something extraordinary takes place. This is the grace of her poems."- Maxine Chernoff

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