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Telling the Difference

Telling the Difference

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Published by Fisher King Press
Poems by Paul Watsky

"To quote Norman O. Brown quoting Euripedes, "God made an opening for the unexpected," and at long last we have what many of us have greatly desired: a collection of poems by Paul Watsky. His is a singular voice in contemporary poetry, with a range that encompasses the wry, the mordant, the laugh-out-loud funny and the deeply moving, often within the same poem. One of Ovid's earliest critics complained that he did not know when to leave well enough alone. In this he resembles the eponymous hero of Watsky's "The Magnificent Goldstein," and, come to think of it, Watsky himself, for which we have cause to rejoice." -Charles Martin

"We meet an observant poet telling a story, his story: wryly perceived incidents of family and history-all given with elegance, wit, and intimacy. A concise, carefully crafted, timely view of the world." -Joanne Kyger

About the Author
A native of New York City, Paul Watsky moved to California during the late 1960's, where, after teaching for five years in the English Department of San Francisco State University, he trained as a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst. His haiku, longer poems, and translations have appeared widely in periodicals and anthologies, including 'Modern Haiku', 'A New Resonance: Emerging Voices in English Language Haiku', 'Asheville Poetry Review', 'Cave Wall', 'The Cream City Review', and 'The Pinch'. He is cotranslator of 'Santoka' (Tokyo, PIE Books, 2006).
Poems by Paul Watsky

"To quote Norman O. Brown quoting Euripedes, "God made an opening for the unexpected," and at long last we have what many of us have greatly desired: a collection of poems by Paul Watsky. His is a singular voice in contemporary poetry, with a range that encompasses the wry, the mordant, the laugh-out-loud funny and the deeply moving, often within the same poem. One of Ovid's earliest critics complained that he did not know when to leave well enough alone. In this he resembles the eponymous hero of Watsky's "The Magnificent Goldstein," and, come to think of it, Watsky himself, for which we have cause to rejoice." -Charles Martin

"We meet an observant poet telling a story, his story: wryly perceived incidents of family and history-all given with elegance, wit, and intimacy. A concise, carefully crafted, timely view of the world." -Joanne Kyger

About the Author
A native of New York City, Paul Watsky moved to California during the late 1960's, where, after teaching for five years in the English Department of San Francisco State University, he trained as a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst. His haiku, longer poems, and translations have appeared widely in periodicals and anthologies, including 'Modern Haiku', 'A New Resonance: Emerging Voices in English Language Haiku', 'Asheville Poetry Review', 'Cave Wall', 'The Cream City Review', and 'The Pinch'. He is cotranslator of 'Santoka' (Tokyo, PIE Books, 2006).

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Published by: Fisher King Press on Apr 06, 2011
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