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Unpublished Essays on art and religious belief By Jerry Cullum
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Originally produced for personal reference, this volume includes fragmentary unpublished materials as well as finished pieces that, for one reason or another, never saw publication.
Uncollected Poems 1966-2006 By Jerry Cullum
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This Volume Two of the Incomplete Collected Works is brought together totally at the request of the few who remember the early poems and want to see the newest poems collected between soft covers.... More > The magic of on-demand publishing allows for the granting of such wishes, even tailored to individual demands. Kenneth Rexroth, Aimé Césaire, Derek Walcott, and James Nolan are among the poets referred to in this pre-annotated edition. It pleases me to see who will find this book via a websearch for something else.< Less
Changing Planes in Prague By Jerry Cullum
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A book meant for some, or perhaps for those for whom it was intended; a work in progress, and an unfinished venture, and more than an unfinished venture, but that is perhaps still another story. It... More > is as the subtitle has it, "a travel journal in real time looking for views from the real world" and it has all the other paradoxes and imperfections of the real time in a world that has enough of reality in it whether we know it or we do not. But most will only be annoyed by this description, which is its intended function. It is better if you don't buy this book in that case, although this is not exactly what niche marketing strategy would advise the writer to tell the prospective purchaser.< Less
September Songs: Twelve Poems of Early Autumn By Jerry Cullum
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Twelve poems for those for whom they are intended.
Unfinished Ventures: Selected Poems 1977-2005 2006 ed. By Jerry Cullum
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Though a corrected annotated edition suggests a manic appeal to bibliophiles or a misguided conceptual art project, getting it right (and updating a Quai Branly reference) is a good idea. Annotating... More > oneself suggests megalomania, but my actual readership has expressed appreciation for my explication of references that otherwise would remain annoyingly elusive. Philip Levine, Kenneth Rexroth, and others provide models and inspiration for these poems; W. G. Sebald, Robert Musil, Thomas Pynchon, Mircea Eliade and a host of others provide novelistic parallels to the interests and strategies found in this inter-related body of work. I have meant for the results to be less pretentious than this brief summation makes them sound.< Less