Winner of the Donald Hall Prize in Poetry
Barbara Hamby's poems drift across histories and continents, from early writing and culture in Mesopotamia through the motion-picture heaven that seems so much like Paris, to odes on such thoroughly American subjects as hardware stores, bubblegum, barbecue, and sharp-tongued cocktail waitresses giving mandatory pre-date quizzes to lawyers.
Presents a collection of poems that travel across history and continents and that touch on such topics as mythology, literature, art, and pop culture.
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