Some Exits

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Monkey Puzzle Press, 2009 - Poetry - 45 pages
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Poetry. SOME EXITS takes the reader on a poetic road trip, a journey whose rhythms shift dynamically between movement and focus. These short, tightly made poems speed the reader through an environment that is at once natural and unnatural, gorgeous and degraded. More than exits, these pieces are entrances.

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User Review  - Nate Jordon - Goodreads

Travis' poetry is a visual and auditory convocation of images, a celebration of sight and sound both beautiful and tragic at once. With “fanciful flames,” his “message [is:] fast” and visceral. With ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Travis Cebula lives in Golden, Colorado, with his wife, Shannon. His poems, photographs, and stories have appeared in The Talking River Review, BOMBAY GIN, Apothecary, In Stereo Magazine, ELEVEN ELEVEN, The Bathroom, and Monkey Puzzle. In 2008 he was a finalist for the Third Coast Poetry Prize.

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