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Sliver By Dave Morrison
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A sliver is something small that feels much bigger when it gets under your skin. Writing poetry can be the act of teasing out that sliver. Hailed as 'A hearty weed in the garden of American poetry' ... More > Dave Morrison's work has been widely published in literary magazines and anthologies, and regularly featured on the Have Poems Will Travel independent radio series. With Sliver, his fourth book of poetry Morrison continues to describe his world with a photographer's eye and a pickpocket's touch, delivering poems packed with mischief, heartache and bruised optimism.< Less
SWEET: New and selected poems by Dave Morrison By Dave Morrison
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A hardy weed in the garden of American poetry, Dave Morrison's work is equal parts blue collar skepticism, jazzy dreamscapes, and dark humor. Dave has been extensively published in literary magazines... More > and anthologies. "So there's obviously no f**king with Dave Morrison's writing…read [it] by candlelight while drinking straight from the bottle, the radio playing softly in the corner." -Matt DiGangi editor Thieves Jargon - "A tidal wave of outrageous creativity; a wild rift of lines that leave you out of breath, fascinated, manipulated, articulated. Watch out!" - Elizabeth Garber, author of Pierced by the Seasons and Listening Inside the Dance - "...like Mary Oliver with a leather jacket and a sense of humor." -Sharon Mesmer author of HALF ANGEL, HALF LUNCH and THE EMPTY QUARTER -< Less
Hot Tears of Shame By Dave Morrison
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Hot Tears of Shame is poet Dave Morrison’s Greatest Hits, culled from eight previous collections. “There is no voice quite like his. What shines in every poem is musical sound and... More > rhythm, grittiness, reality, humor, and the rare ability to tackle serious subjects without taking himself too seriously. There is a wonderful, refreshing lack of pretentiousness and self-pity in all his poems and books.” Alice Persons / Poet, Editor and Publisher Moon Pie Press< Less
Brand New Day By Dave Morrison
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Morrison writes poems about the landscape of the heart, the weather inside the skull, and how Rock & Roll becomes part of your DNA. Morrison's second book of poetry is chock full of poems about... More > String Theory, Khrushchev, Death, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fear, Norton Commandos, Time, Transistor Radios, Keith Richards, and the blues.< Less
The Whole Megillah: The Collected Poems of Dave Morrison By Dave Morrison
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The Whole Megillah contains poems from Dave Morrison's previous eleven collections. The most important collection of English-language contemporary poetry in the last several years? You said it, not... More > me. All Killer, No Filler.< Less
Clubland - Second Edition By Dave Morrison
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Clubland is a collection of poems about rock & roll bars, written in verse. This second edition includes new poems and expanded author's notes. Reaction to Clubland: “Morrison’s... More > rock star past haunts much of his writing, but his eye for detail and his razor-sharp sense of humor elevate his words into something much more than that — something visceral and anchored in the real world, whether it’s in the past or the present.” (Emily Burnham, Bangor Daily News) “Morrison can be trusted to not waste your time; every poem is worth the read. He never missteps in his wistful yet frank look at the bars, motels, managers, band members and girl friends that make up the world of Boston rock. It's a perfect book for late night with a drink…” (Paul Lovell, Boston Groupie News)< Less
The Lonely Life of Spies By Dave Morrison
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In his fourth poetry collection Morrison's best work seems to be behind him - either he's lost his edge, or he just doesn't care anymore. On the other hand, this could be his boldest and most... More > powerful work yet, the book that will finally put him in the ranks of kick-ass contemporary poetry. You be the judge.< Less
Clubland By Dave Morrison
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It was energy & fatigue, wildness & sameness, authenticity & illusion; it was magic & possibility & expression, it was boredom, ego, bullshit. It was fun & sex & drinks,... More > abuse & addiction & violence. It was inclusion & loneliness, defeat and heartache, it was transformation & magic, it was music, it was everything, it made everything else not matter. Welcome to Clubland. No cover, no drink minimum. Clubland is a collection of poems about rock & roll bars, written in verse. This is Dave Morrison’s seventh poetry collection. "Morrison can be trusted to not waste your time; every poem is worth the read. He never missteps in his wistful yet frank look at the bars, motels, managers, band members and girl friends that make up the world of Boston rock. It's a perfect book for late night with a drink…" (review excerpt - Boston Groupie News)< Less
Six By Dave Morrison
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Dave Morrison is like a carpenter missing fingers – do you worry about his ability or applaud his devotion? A high school graduate and above-average guitar player, this is DM's sixth collection... More > of poetry. Hailed as 'A hearty weed in the garden of American poetry' Dave Morrison's work has been widely published in literary magazines and anthologies. After years of playing guitar in rock & roll bars in Boston and NYC, he currently resides in coastal Maine.< Less
Stethoscope By Dave Morrison
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Stethoscope is poet Dave Morrison's ninth collection of poetry. Hailed as 'A hearty weed in the garden of American poetry' Dave Morrison's poems have been published in literary magazines and... More > anthologies, and featured on Writer’s Almanac. "In Stethoscope, Dave Morrison the poet has fully arrived. Few people participate as fully in the musical awe beaten out in these poems as Dave Morrison maintains naturally all the time. "I’m transcribing as fast as I can," he says of words given to him in a dream, "but / they are disappearing in the / morning sun." Luckily for us, he has trained his ear to pick up the pulse no matter how faint, and amplify it with practiced skill. In this book, his transcriptive powers have hit full blossom." Dana Wilde - author of The Other End of the Driveway and editor of Uni-Verse< Less