Stone Postcard by Paul Magee

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August 2014, no. 363

Stone Postcard by Paul Magee

John Leonard Press, $24.99 pb, 60 pp

Stone Postcard by Paul Magee

by
August 2014, no. 363

In ‘Painting’s Flatness’, Paul Magee ruefully observes the following: ‘If only surfaces were possible / here in the imagination / just to walk and to touch sincerely the ground.’ This, as the title of the poetry collection suggests, is the essence of Stone Postcard: a poet’s search for stability in the face of exquisite and inscrutable change.

Sam Zifchak reviews 'Stone Postcard' by Paul Magee

Stone Postcard

by Paul Magee

John Leonard Press, $24.99 pb, 60 pp

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