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The Dishonesty of Dreams by Adrienne J.…

The Dishonesty of Dreams

by Adrienne J. Odasso

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Snorkeling beneath dust and deep, the poems in 'The Dishonesty of Dreams' shapeshift from tender to tough at line-break speed in an ethereal dreamspace. Where Adrienne J. Odasso explored consequences in her first collection, 'Lost Books' (2010), here she engages the liminal, the reality that exists at the borders of a lived life; the fables we choose to build upon, the lies we tell ourselves to make our dreams true. In this liquid space emerges poetry of real power, beautifully crafted conjecture that illuminates the architecture of the human heart. Adrienne J. Odasso's poetry has appeared in a wide variety of strange and wonderful publications, including Sybil's Garage, Mythic Delirium, Jabberwocky, Cabinet des Fées, Midnight Echo, Not One of Us, Dreams & Nightmares, Goblin Fruit, Strange Horizons, and Stone Telling. Her début collection, Lost Books (flipped eye, 2010), was nominated for the 2010 LNPA Best New Poet Award, the 2011 Forward Prize, and was a finalist for the 2011 People's Book Prize. Adrienne is also the author of two chapbooks, Devil's Road Down and Wanderlust for Maverick Duck Press. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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