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By Boggess, Ace
Ace Boggess's The Prisoners gives voice to those forgotten Americans behind the ever increasing miles of razor wire. Complicated with the mixed emotions of regret and defiance, of loss and perseverance, of hope and frustration, these aren't just persona poems, nor are they just p ...
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By Dorman Editor, Casey; Contributions by Boggess, Ace; Browne, Heather M.
Lost Coast Review is a quarterly intellectual review which includes short stories, book reviews, film reviews, poetry and commentary.
ULTRA DEEP FIELD is composed of poems written during Ace Boggess's last year in lock-up in a West Virginia penitentiary, his year on parole, and his first year of freedom. They reflect his journey from the smallness of inmate life to the seeming vastness of the world (and univers ...
Collin Hearst is a timid young reporter covering the Pittsburgh music scene during the early 1990s. Largely inept at dealing with other people, he hides behind characters he refers to as his routines. December Leigh, lead singer of the alternative-rock band Cancer Moon, also has ...
I HAVE LOST THE ART OF DREAMING IT SO is comprised of poems the author wrote as responses to questions he collected over the years, whether asked directly or mined from other poems, novels, billboards, surveys, Facebook memes, leaflets, and many other places.
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