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3 results for "obvious epiphanies"
Songs for little sleep, By rob mclennan
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Here is a book glistening with the luminous fragments of a sharply observed world. The poems in this collection hum with precious nouns, gathered by a mind that gifts us language in lieu of standard... More > commodities. Here is a book that gives us a chance to consume beauty, to ingest wonder. mclennan makes poems that "would coax entire spectrums" of thought, that lavish us with a tumble of images, sounds, philosophy. Read this book if you want to be spellbound: his is a kaleidoscopic vision that reveals something new, something dazzling, at every turn. Hillary Gravendyk< Less
radish - a singularity By Czandra
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What happens when a person becomes a radish, when a radish mutates; what happens to English when purged of possessive pronouns? The latest release from obvious epiphanies press, Vancouver,... More > "radish - a singularity" is a delightful experiment in verbal ecology.< Less
Sweetening The Deal By Sarah Smith
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The traffic sucked and the weather sucked even more. To add to it the business proposal he had just went south. That sucked more. Now he was stuck in a job that sucked, in a position that sucked and... More > a pay that sucked even more. His life sucks, Tyrone admitted it. A few weeks back he was the contented employee. He and his wife lived comfortably within their means and had jobs that were stable. Two weeks ago Tyrone had an epiphany, while spending his time daydreaming at the office, his thoughts eventually led him to an idea that made obvious sense and yet was not implemented in his workplace. He got too excited that he started writing it down – in many sheets of bond paper. The idea consumed him that he no longer got bored and impatient when stuck in the traffic. His wife Janie kept noticing that his mind always wandered off, at dinner, while watching TV, even in bed – and he was an insatiable animal! Initially, within the first few days, Janie took it personally and felt really bad about herself.< Less