Wolf Face

Wolf Face A record of what it is like to be alive in this world It is particular to one man and his dog his wife his daughter his friends and a little house in Cincinnati in this century and in being so f

  • Title: Wolf Face
  • Author: Matt Hart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • A record of what it is like to be alive in this world It is particular to one man, and his dog, his wife, his daughter, his friends, and a little house in Cincinnati in this century, and in being so faithful to the details of an individual existence, in sounding in minor keys, it is able to resonate in major ones Where you might expect irony, there is intelligent empathyA record of what it is like to be alive in this world It is particular to one man, and his dog, his wife, his daughter, his friends, and a little house in Cincinnati in this century, and in being so faithful to the details of an individual existence, in sounding in minor keys, it is able to resonate in major ones Where you might expect irony, there is intelligent empathy, where most of us would stop at sadness, Matt Hart persists into wonderment He isn t feeling or noticing anything any of us haven t felt or noticed before But his spirit might be extra large, evolved, his armspan expansive He isn t blind to the small and large horrors or sadnesses of our time, but he is still choosing to sing And the whole thing is a song Darcie Dennigan

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    • Alex says:

      Saw Hart read at the Lincoln Mem. during AWP'11 and bought Wolf Face the next day. Effusive and composed with old-school punk rock energy and honesty, Wolf Face primarily deals with Hart's settling into the rhythms of starting a family life and balancing them with the lingering desires of his youth. Humor and love abound— particularly for his wife, daughter and dog—but Hart never veers into sentimentality, which is refreshing.The book as a whole can feel a bit unbalanced—a few too many poe [...]

    • Greg Bem says:

      I felt my insides as my insides were the outsides of things I came to know and came to feel comfortable knowing, sicknesses and healths balanced sublime.

    • Mark says:

      Piss-poor dreck. It was a gift.

    • Paige says:

      WOLF FACE has been included in Coldfront's Top 30 poetry books of 2010.

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