Chimeric Machines

Paperback | March 1, 2009

bySnyder Lucy A

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This collection from rising author Lucy A. Snyder offers three dozen poems to delight readers who enjoy sly wordplay and subtle allusion, high intelligence and fierce heart.

 

Winner, Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Poetry 2009

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This collection from rising author Lucy A. Snyder offers three dozen poems to delight readers who enjoy sly wordplay and subtle allusion, high intelligence and fierce heart.  Winner, Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Poetry 2009

Lucy A. Snyder is the author of the collections Chimeric Machines and Sparks and Shadows. Her poetry has appeared in Full Unit Hookup, Strange Horizons, Chiaroscuro, Snow Monkey, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, and Greatest Uncommon Denominator. She also served as a poetry editor for HMS Beagle.Lucy was born in South Carolina but gr...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:92 pages, 7.81 × 5.06 × 0.19 inPublished:March 1, 2009Publisher:Creative Guy PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:189495355X

ISBN - 13:9781894953559

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"Snyder's work is complex yet grounded. You can read it on several levels and it'll work on each and every one. It's lyrical but rooted in authenticity and validity. There's truth here, and tackling the truth is the highest calling of any poet. "She's been through the trenches; she knows the way the world comes down. You can feel it in the work. You're not just looking at words in a book, you're regarding a life that's been opened up and splashed down on the page. This lady is not only courageous, she's fearless. We need more like her to give us that grand plucking of the guts." - Tom Piccirilli, author of The Midnight Road and Waiting My Turn to Go Under the Knife, from his introduction"There is nothing illusory or mechanical about these poems. They take us on a marvelously eclectic journey, with a cast that includes a black hole voicing its thoughts and a dead man coming 'Home For the Holidays.' Read and be dazzled." - Christopher Conlon, author of Mary Falls: Requiem for Mrs. Surratt and Midnight on Mourn Street