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Hungry Ghosts By Robert Klein Engler
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Poetry set in Chicago's South Loop before urban renewal.
A Book of Hours By Robert Klein Engler
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A book of hours
Uncorrected Proof By Robert Klein Engler
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Poetry, essays and prose by one of America's best poets.
Shoreline By Robert Klein Engler
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Poems inspired by the shores of Lake Michigan by one of the country's best poets.
Touchstone By Robert Klein Engler
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A reissue of an older book of prose poems, minus a few that deserve to vanish into e-space.
The Slow Pull of Days By Robert Klein Engler
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This is a collection of short stories and prose pieces by one of Americas best poets. Many of these pieces have been published previously in magazines and journals, but are collected here for the... More > first time.< Less
Into Another Wood By Robert Klein Engler
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Poems written for Jerry over the years, in a not so logical order.
Blue Willow By Robert Klein Engler
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Meet the GIROD family! From a run-down corner bar in the French Quarter where tourists never go, to a house on stilts in the bayou outside New Orleans, this dysfunctional Louisiana family shares its... More > stories with you. DADDY's wandering appetites set in motion a series of events that illuminate by hurricane lamp the lives and passions of his many children. SUSAN, RACHEL and NOAH all have their demons to torment them and their angels who help shape their destinies. Could it be that JIMMY-JOE, DADDY's grandson will set down their story, and in writing it, effect catharsis, if not forgiveness?< Less
The Poetry of José Gorostiza By Robert Klein Engler
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I first became aware of José Gorostiza's poetry on New Year’s Day, 1984. I was sitting on a bench along the Paseo de Reforma in Mexico City. It was early in the morning. The festive... More > atmosphere of New Year’s Eve had given way to a cool and bright dawn. Across the street I could see a plywood barricade that had gone up temporarily around a construction site. The boards were covered with graffiti. On one of them, a tagger had written some verses by José Gorostiza. The writing was signed by: “The Committee for the Defense of the Language.” I was struck by the poem, and the next day I went to a bookstore in the Zona Rosa and bought a thin volume of Gorostiza’s complete works. I have been translating his writing since then.< Less
Lost in Translation By Robert Klein Engler
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Poetry and cinquains by one of our best poets. Some of these poems appeared previously in journals and magazines, while others are offered here for the first time.