A Babble of Objects
If objects could talk, what sort of things would they say?
Through a rapid-series of short poems Raymond Luczak, author of seven acclaimed poetry collections such as Mute (A Midsummer Night's Press) and The Kiss of Walt Whitman Still on My Lips (Squares & Rebels), imagines the inner lives of inanimate objects. We learn what it's like to be a dressing room mirror, a bobby pin, a discarded mattress, a stapler, a credit card, a hearing aid, and a bagful of marbles among other things.
Fomite, 9781944388591, 114pp.
Publication Date: July 8, 2018