A Frog And A Toad Walk Into A Book Of Poems They Meet Paul Klee, Hieronymus Bosch, Adrienne Rich, Sesshu Toyo, Mark Twain, All Of Them Escorted By Dean Rader There Are Adventure Poems, Landscapes, Assassins, Self Portraits, There Are What Some Might Call Ideas Mixed With Some Very Funny Moments, And What We Might Quite Seriously Call Emotions This Collection Will Engage Those Interested In Innovative, Arresting, Humorously Engaging Poetry.
Dean Rader has published widely in the fields of poetry, American Indian studies, and popular culture His debut collection of poems, Works Days, won the 2010 T S Eliot Poetry Prize, judged by Claudia Keelan In 2009, Kelly Cherry selected his poem Hesiod in Oklahoma, 1934 for the prestigious Sow s Ear Poetry Prize Other poems have appeared in Cincinnati Review, Berkeley Poetry Review,
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- 21 November 2019 Dean Rader