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Bruce Weber and I Collaborate on a Poem (It gets wackier)

The August issue of Chronogram published a collaborative poem by Bruce Weber and myself. Lines Never Written by e.e. cummings under a gray sky epiphanies linger like frost on the tongue sparrows taste best when swallowed by the sea moose … Continue reading

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January Poetry Blitz: Bruce Weber

Where Does Love Go When It Dies? where does love go when it dies? under a rock in a jealous lover’s garden? does love vanish in a shell’s ear or float in the nether reaches of interstellar space along with … Continue reading

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Love in the City of Grudges, Reviewed by Bruce Weber

(Here’s Bruce Weber’s review from the Winter 2011/2012 issue of Home Planet News. Thanks, Bruce!) Will Nixon’s second book of poetry, Love in the City of Grudges, returns to the fertile, dysfunctional family territory of his first collection My Late … Continue reading

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Bruce Weber’s Whirlwind Entertainments

What captivates me about Bruce Weber’s poems is their zany spontaneous sideways rush that catches me unprepared for the deep feelings hidden right out in the open. Here’s one from his latest book, The Breakup Of My First Marriage. To … Continue reading

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