Bill Garten's first book of poetry, Black Snow, is a book rich with imagery. As a poet, Bill is searching and reaching to tell you as a reader a new way to look at the world and not to take each day for granted. This book is full of clear, concise poems that share a very confessional style like we have seen in Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, and Weldon Kees. There is a philosophical river running through Bill Garten's writing and you will be wishing you had a travel guide once you hit the rapid white waters of these poems.
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by Bill Garten
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