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Living in Laconia by Ruth Holzer

Gyroscope Press is proud to present Living in Laconia, a chapbook by Ruth Holzer. Praise for Living in Laconia: In his Figures of Thought, our late poet laureate Howard Nemerov paraphrases Mark Twain:  “The difference between the right word and the exactly right word is the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.”  In Living in Laconia, Ruth Holzer startles us with thirty pages of lightning, each exquisite poem a dazzling, memorable strike.   —Sander…

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Gyroscope Press

New Books From Gyroscope Press

In case you missed the new books from Gyroscope Press in the mad shuffle of National Poetry Month, here they are. Something Like a Life from Sally Zakariya, and How We Learned To Shut Our Own Mouths from Kathleen Cassen Mickelson. Find out more about them and read reviews on their Gyroscope Press pages. Sally Zakariya “The poems flow esthetically from beginning to end with a heart-warming universality of nostalgia and memoir…” Kathleen Cassen Mickelson…

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