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December 1, 2020 / barton smock

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my small press writing day entry:

http://mysmallpresswritingday.blogspot.com/2019/02/barton-smock-my-small-press-writing-day.html

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on my collection Ghost Arson, an interview by Crystal Stone for Flyway Journal:

Interview with Barton Smock, Author of “Ghost Arson”

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poems elsewhere:

https://thecollidescope.wordpress.com/2019/08/11/hungrily-poetic-an-interview-with-barton-smock/

https://thecollidescope.wordpress.com/2019/07/07/goodbyes-for-exodus/

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poems, inquiries:

#TPQ5: BARTON D. SMOCK

POWER OF POETRY #84: BARTON SMOCK

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work:

Ghost Arson (Kung Fu Treachery Press, 2018)
15.00
via paypal (bartsmock@gmail.com)
or Venmo @Barton-Smock-1

review by Dd. Spungin:
https://kingsoftrain.com/2018/11/28/dd-spungins-review-of-ghost-arson/

review by George Salis:
https://kingsoftrain.com/2018/12/17/review-by-george-salis-of-barton-smocks-ghost-arson/

at Cruel Garters:
https://www.facebook.com/Cruel-Garters-162917133824108/

I’ve been reading “Boy Musics,” a prose poem in the book Ghost Arson by Barton Smock. The poem perfectly captures that rarely whispered vulnerability that comes with being a boy (being human.) The poem opens with the speaker and his companion “counting cigarettes on the roof of a closed sex shop in Ohio,” an apt setting to explore what is open, what might be okay to share. The speaker shares that…

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