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Robert Collins’ new collection
D.O.A. at Dante’s
In his latest poetry collection, Robert Collins becomes Virgil as he descends into the underworld of a college-town dive bar. Moving through a cycle of unflinching poems, he guides readers through a cast of characters you might have met yourself.
Sara Jane Trattner
In this long-anticipated new collection D.O.A. AT DANTE’S, the former editor of Birmingham Poetry Review introduces the all-too-human denizens of a bar you may recognize as one you’ve visited.
Sara Trattner's chapbooks IN SERVICE and WIDOW CRANE shine with a keen and sometimes painful awareness of the expectations that lurk in the grit of personal relationships and workplaces.
Rikki Santer's KAHIKI REDUX captures the memorable nuances of this pop-culture icon that for decades brought delight and pride to the Columbus culinary landscape.
In STARGAZER SUITE, Chuck Salmons reveals the continuing sense of wonder that marks an awareness of our place in the natural world and the cosmos.
Steve Abbott's A LANGUAGE THE IMAGE SPEAKS explores the dynamics of poetry in response to visual art. Using paintings, color and black-and-white photographs, and other visual images by a range of artists & photographers, Abbott brings a fresh dimension to both literary and visual experience. A delight for both the eye and the imagination.
Fred Andrle’s new chapbook EVERY INSTANT OFFERING GRACE collects 19 poems from previous collections to offer meditations on the everyday in a voice that is reflective, wry, observant, insightful, and unapologetic in its gentleness and compassion for our shared and fallible humanity.
The late Frank Richardson, professor emeritus of art history of The Ohio State University, had poems in The New Yorker, Saturday Review, and many other journals. WHAT REMAINS AND WHAT DISAPPEARS collects his best work covering 50 years of writing.