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Installations (National Poetry Series)

by Joe Bonomo

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Selected for the 2007 National Poetry Series by Naomi Shihab Nye The prose poems in Installations invite the reader to encounter, in one extraordinary afternoon, a series of twenty art installations where something fantastic, perhaps improbable, occurs at the intersection of installed and imagined, spectator and event. Installations unites personal experience, suspense, and narrative--in those moments when we are forever altered by the mysterious and the enchanted.… (more)

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Selected for the 2007 National Poetry Series by Naomi Shihab Nye The prose poems in Installations invite the reader to encounter, in one extraordinary afternoon, a series of twenty art installations where something fantastic, perhaps improbable, occurs at the intersection of installed and imagined, spectator and event. Installations unites personal experience, suspense, and narrative--in those moments when we are forever altered by the mysterious and the enchanted.

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