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Beckman’s new poems come to us directly and intimately Compulsively readable full of fear and persistence they resonate with the wildness and generosity of Ginsberg Whitman and Ted Berrigan turning the everyday into an encompassing harrowing humorous necessary vision Beckman is as Publishers Weekly notes “the real thing”Joshua Beckman is the author of numerous poetry collections translations and collaborative works His awards include a NYFA Fellowship and a Pushcart Prize He lives in Seattle and New York


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    This book made me such a shy girl I saw Joshua Beckman at a party for another poet and I hid in a corner and worried about him being there because I had read this book many times and still want to read it again because his word choice his language the way he feels distant and accessible all at once and so present here in New York in a time when poets feel so far away it all made me blush