Lessons in Morphology, by Sam Rasnake, is a collection of metaphysical and lyric poems, unified in voice, that explore the many connections, both universal as well as personal, between “I” and “Other”.
“Intelligent, aimed, and gorgeously rendered, this collection of twelve poems by Sam Rasnake manages to quietly undo the heart, line by line. It is truly ‘a reminder of the beautiful’.”
– Kathy Fish, Editor of Best of the Web 2010 anthology
Sam Rasnake’s poetry has appeared in RICK MAGAZINE, OCHO, Shampoo, FRiGG, Poets/Artists, Naugatuck River Review, Press 1, Istanbul Literary Review, Otoliths, MiPOesias, Metazen, The Smoking Poet, and BluePrintReview, as well as the anthologies Best of the Web 2009 (Dzanc Books), Deep River Apartments (The Private Press), and BOXCAR Poetry Review Anthology 2. He is the author of two collections, Necessary Motions (Sow’s Ear Press) and Religions of the Blood (Pudding House). A chapbook of poems, Inside a Broken Clock, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press.
Goss 183 is a street address in Havana, Cuba. There resides the home the Menendez family left behind in 1961. GOSS183 now is the name of the small press run by Didi Menendez and I.M. Bess which publishes MiPOesias Magazine, chapbooks, full length books, OCHO and Poets/Artists. Please visit them online at mipoesias.
Sam Rasnake: Lessons in Morphology
available in print form, perfect-bound, 20 pgs, and on iPad
Volume 4 in the MiPOesias Chapbook Series
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Glad you gave a shout out to Sam. He is also a terrific editor :)ReplyDelete