According to Guggenheim fellow and two-time Pushcart Prize winner T.R. Hummer, "Sleepwalker's Songs seems so sane, its light so much that of the quotidian, that it is only with a certain shock (like that produced by a dream remembered) that one realizes what one has really experienced. If Ted Kooser and Pablo Neruda had a love child, it would be this book." Open reading follows.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR James Cervantes is also the author of Temporary Meaning, The Headlong Future, The Year Is Approaching Snow, and Changing The Subject, a dialogue in poems with Halvard Johnson. He was editor of The Salt River Review for thirteen years, and is currently a contributing editor to Hinchas de Poesia, and Sol, an online literary magazine out of San Miguel de Allende. Cervantes has been publishing poetry in print since 1969 and almost exclusively online since 1997. Once upon a time, he could truthfully claim to be a professional musician, a cellist, as a matter of fact.
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