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Winter's Journey
Stephen Dobyns
$15.00 paperback
978-1-55659-305-5
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Winter's Journey
Stephen Dobyns

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Winter's Journey - Stephen Dobyns

In his newest collection, poet and bestselling novelist Stephen Dobyns employs everything from Atlantic seascapes to werewolf dreams to explore issues public and private. By turns tough and tender, Dobyn's plainspoken poems create and reflect a worldview full of possibilities. He contrasts the quotidian with the exalted, always delivered in a precise, familiar voice. Daily walks become meditations on politics, philosophy, literature, and the larger considerations of existence and being.

Read an evocative two part interview with Stephen Dobyns at The Cortland Review: Interview 1. Interview 2.

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2010 Binghamton University Milt Kessler Poetry Book Award Finalist

2011 Paterson Poetry Prize Finalist

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"These meditations are considerations of the big issues, the important questions that would be difficult to miss and wrong to ignore. Poets cannot be expected to provide the answers, but Dobyns does not shy away from elucidating the questions. Highly recommended."—Library Journal

"[Dobyns's poetry] has a somber, eccentric beauty not quite like anything else around these days."—The New York Times Book Review

"[Dobyns] blends philosophical musings with daft, deft metaphors and a cheeky vernacular."— Poetry

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