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The Grand McLuckless Road Atlas

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66 pages13 minutes

Summary

John Domini is best known for his novels Talking Heads:77, Earthquake I.D., and A Tomb on the Periphery, but it is a little known secret that he is one of the most original and engaging poetic voices of our time. The Grand McLuckless Road Atlas is an eloquent examination of American (and European) life and mortality in the millennial era. This road, this hotel, this airport: you are there with him. "The compressed and fast-paced poems in "The Grand McLuckless Road Atlas" are full of wit and music. The book does not let up, but in each poem, the reader is grounded with a welcome and familiar tone, both dark and humorous." -- Blas Falconer, author of "The Foundling Wheel", "A Question of Gravity & Light", and other books.

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