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Alvin Turner as Farmer by William Kloefkorn

Alvin Turner as Farmer by William Kloefkorn

March 24, 2005


Filed under Logan House, Poetry

It was 1972 when Alvin Turner first ambled onto the page and charmed his way into the hearts of readers. The voice behind the mask belonged to William Kloefkorn, first-book poet and assistant professor at a small Methodist university on the Plains. Alvin Turner As Farmer was an instant success–. ...

The Great American Road Show

The Great American Road Show

October 1, 2003


Filed under Logan House, Poetry

Logan House is pleased to announce the publication of The Great American Road Show, an anthology of the work of nineteen gifted young poets. Diverse in sensitivity and sensibility, the voices and visions of these poems make it clear that poetry is alive and well among the first generation to come o...

Frankenstein Was A Negro by Charles Fort

Frankenstein Was A Negro by Charles Fort

February 1, 2002


Filed under Catalog, Logan House, Poetry

Frankenstein Was A Negro is a lyrical psalm--it sings the blues and has the scat and soul of the Cotton Club. It's a testament to the true working class--hands tattered and torn; eye squinting bright. Reminiscent of Baudelaire, father of the prose poem, this collection mesmerizes and haunts and b...

Disciples of an Uncertain Season and Other Poems by Larry Holland

Disciples of an Uncertain Season and Other Poems by Larry Holland

September 1, 2001


Filed under Catalog, Logan House, Poetry

At the time of Larry Holland's death in March of 1999, Disciples of an Uncertain Season, published just the fall before, had virtually sold out. This volume reprints Disciples in its entirety with the addition of a number of poems previously published available only in magazines and journals. An i...

The Logan House Anthology of 21st Century American Poetry

The Logan House Anthology of 21st Century American Poetry

September 1, 2001


Filed under Catalog, Logan House, Poetry

The many voices in this collection signal the range, richness, and diversity that is American Poetry. With no one idiom, no one landscape, no one "American Experience" to confine the imagination, the poets in this collection speak many tongues, proving the wisdom of Walt Whitman's assertion, in t...

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