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Deep Pockets

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Deep Pockets by Daniel Thomas
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Praise for DEEP POCKETS Early on in this fine collection, an old dog "plunges her snout deep in the sloppy pocket / of the sensual present." So it is that the deep pockets of Daniel Thomas are tongued and explored again and again in generous poems of love and of longing, of grief and of guilt. Thomas brings a precision of line and a vulnerability of feeling to convince us, finally, that "heaven / and despair touch like dew and fog." These are poems to keep and to ponder as we seek--each one of us--our own ways forward into this world. --Paul J. Willis, author of Getting to Gardisky Lake Like the snow that falls through so many of his poems, Daniel Thomas's words create shapes that outline the essential form of the things we love: the beauty of nature, the bonds of familial love, the mystery of being alive. Incantatory cadences and wordplay harness our attention and leave us vulnerable, open to revelations about the things we once knew and had forgotten. This is a collection to savor and dwell within. --Gregory Wolfe, Editor, Image

Author Biography

Daniel Thomas was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has published poems in many journals, including Southern Poetry Review, Nimrod, Poetry Ireland Review, The Bitter Oleander, Atlanta Review, and many others. He has an MFA in poetry from Seattle Pacific University. As an undergraduate at the University of Minnesota, he studied music, English literature and German literature. He then went on to study film history, theory and criticism at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and graduated with an MA. His graduate degree in film led him to Twin Cities Public Television, where he was the video editor of an Emmy Award- winning national PBS series and producer of local documentaries. He went on to become COO of the PBS station. His long career in nonprofit management includes work as an executive director and a chief development officer. In addition to writing poetry, he plays the guitar and writes music. For six years he served as vice-chair of the American Composers Forum. Dan is the father of three grown children. He and his wife, Ellie, moved to Santa Barbara, California in 2015.
Release date NZ
June 29th, 2018
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Pages
120
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Saint Julian Press, Inc.
Dimensions
152x229x7
ISBN-13
9780998640495
Product ID
28145749

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