Eat the Apple (Paperback)

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As most of us know, the world we live in keeps making surrealism feel more and more like a depiction of the way things actually are. This is everywhere evident in Denise R. Baker's fine Eat the Apple, a book that keeps finding language for its convictions, which are fierce, but not without humor. Throughout, there's a visceral edginess, and over-the-topness, that succeeds in rendering what feels like the condition of a particular life, and, by extension, the world that surrounds it. Strong poems here, the real stuff. -Stephen Dunn.

About the Author

Denise's poetry has appeared in The Bitter Oleander, Dunes Review, Whisper in the Woods and Branches. She has served as Managing Editor of Dunes Review, Assistant Editor of Whisper in the Woods, Managing Editor of Monitor and Editor of Labyrinth. Denise owned the freelance business Her environmental, outdoors and health writing has appeared in countless magazines, ghostwritten books and web sites. Denise serves as Advancement Director for the Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay. She eats copious amounts of fine dark chocolate and talks to sunflowers.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781461135661
ISBN-10: 1461135664
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: May 27th, 2011
Pages: 42
Language: English