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Echo Regime

John Olson

Poetry. ECHO REGIME is the fourth book by Black Square Editons, edited by John Yau. John Olson's book of forty-one poems is embellished by rich word choices and an array of peculiar subject matters, ranging from musical instruments to interpersonal relationships. I think truth is an arch/ resting solidly on a column/ of experience. And then I think/ that truth is the sadness of predication/ And then I think/ women like men with money/ to emit light from their abdomen. (Ginger Ale)

Book Details

  • Publisher: Black Square Editions
  • Publish Date: Jan 1st, 2000
  • Pages: 94
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 7.40in - 5.60in - 0.50in - 0.30lb
  • EAN: 9780967514437
  • Categories: General

About the Author

Olson, John: - John Olson is the author of eight books of poetry and prose poetry, including Backscatter: New and Selected Work, The Night I Dropped Shakespeare on the Cat, Oxbow Kazoo, Free Stream Velocity, Echo Regime, Eggs & Mirrors, Logo Lagoon, and Swarm of Edges. He has held multiple jobs over the years, including 19 years with a mailing service, and is currently occupied as a free lance writer. Some of his articles and essays have appeared in The Stranger and the Seattle Weekly. Souls of Wind is his first novel.
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