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June 8, 2018 / barton smock

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Former contributor Danielle Hanson has received the Codhill Press Poetry Award for Fraying Edge Of Sky

book is here:

some words on it:

The beautiful and fanciful investigations in Danielle Hanson’s Fraying Edge of Sky are homages to magical realism but are also lyrical bursts in splendidly gilt frames. The precise language of the poems conjures up the overlooked details of a world that, in its hurry, will miss them. The light in a bucket of water, the ribbon-like fog, the small mice who are angelic in their infestations—all are an inventory of the miraculous that Hanson’s truly original voice urges us to hear and to hold close.
Oliver de la Paz, author Requiem for the Orchard

Also, check out Hanson’s work in {isacoustic*} here:
person Danielle Hanson, three poems


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*for donations of 5.00 or more, one will receive a privately self-published work of 60 poems by editor Barton Smock called ~mood piece for baby blur~



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Where Wind Meets Wing – poems – Anthony Frame

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Phantom Tongue – poems – Steven Sanchez

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Bad Anatomy – poems – Hannah Cohen

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The People’s Elbow – recitatives – Rax King

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What Bodies Have I Moved – poems – Chelsea Dingman

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