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Now Lays the Sunshine By

Andrew Hughes

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ISBN 10: 1897388586 / ISBN 13: 9781897388587
Published by Book Thug, 2010
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Now Lays the Sunshine By

Publisher: Book Thug

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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In <i>Now Lays the Sunshine By</i>, Andrew Hughes detunes the lyres, cranks the gain on the harmonium &amp; pitches the amps to wail. Consider something Lyn Hyjinian once said: &quot;The starry angular varieties of recurrent word and changed idea in constellation gather?&quot; and in these dented lyrics you will witness the celebration of an electric objectivity of imaginative expression. These poems are short burst of pure music, pure play. <p></p><i>If Catullus had lived in the age of skateboards his name would be Andy Hughes. Let's call him a young, lyrical, New Englander who crafts the line into a bloom of self-effacing, reflective, and always funny-sad passages. These poems are indeed passages: passages into a creative life filled with promise, and passages into a forthright sympathy for the wobbly human heart.</i> ? Lisa Jarnot

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Andrew Hughes divides his time between New York City and Boston. His work has appeared in <i>Forklift, Ohio, Cannibal, Spell, Can We Have Our Ball Back, Bimbo Jim, PUPPYFLOWERS, </i> and others. He is the author of <i>Sweethearts of the Great Migration.</i>

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