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June 15, 2018 / barton smock

Heather Minette’s Half Light, release announcement


A few months ago, poet Heather Minette, a former contributor to {isacoustic*}, asked if myself and our revolving editors might take a look at Half Light– her unpublished second book of poems. The hope was to maybe have a few of the poems accepted for publication on-site and in volume fourth of {isacoustic*}, and to see if the work warranted an advance blurb or review. After reading the work, it seemed to us that perhaps within this Half Light was an act of direction, a phantom compass. As such, we approached Minette about publishing the book via {isacoustic*}, and from there we prayed for the blessed north.

While waiting to hear, I read the book a few more times and felt my seeing needed some saying, and so wrote the following reflection on the book:
As a child, I told my mother the alphabet was broken…

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