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Outside the Frame

Joe Larkin

ISBN 10: 0979915228 / ISBN 13: 9780979915222
Editorial: Tradewinds, 2008
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first edition. 46 pages. 8.50x5.80x0.30 inches. In Stock. N° de ref. de la librería 0979915228

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Título: Outside the Frame

Editorial: Tradewinds

Año de publicación: 2008

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:Brand New

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Because I believe in the flash of inspiration that can bring forth a poem in an instant, many of my best poems have been left unwritten. I suspect this is true for other poets as well. The moment of inspiration often comes at inconvenient times, when one is waiting in line at the supermarket, or driving at high speed on the expressway, or talking to a friend on the telephone. Sometimes, the insight is so powerful and overwhelming that it is nearly impossible to capture on paper. The mere act of writing dissipates or weakens it. Most of the poems presented here started in such moments of insight and flowed forth easily, spilling onto the page as if under their own power. A few are pristine creations, printed here just as they came to me. Many have been reworked in the light of reason. Only a few have had a long incubation, lurking about and growing slowly in my mind, sometimes for decades, before I found just the right moment and means to bring them to the page. The poems in this volume are written in a language I believe is accessible to everyone. Some readers may find echoes of other poets here. Joe Larkin

About the Author:

Joe Larkin, upon earning his Master s in English/Education from the University of Illinois, taught high school English and served his Alma Mater as a writer/editor in the Chancellor s Office. He later served an internship in museum administration, marketing and public relations at the Smithsonian Institution and, over a thirty-year career, directed the publications and public relations programs of three major nonprofit organizations in the Chicago region. Currently retired, he concentrates full time on writing poetry and fiction. His poems and stories, some award winners, have appeared in The Morton Arboretum Quarterly, Ariel, Rivulets, Runes, The Journals of Father Nick Thomas, West Suburban Living, the Naperville Sun, and elsewhere. He is a member of Poets & Patrons of Chicago, the Illinois State Poetry Society and currently serves as Chairman of the Naperville Writers Group.

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