Last Train to the Missing Planet

Last Train to the Missing Planet Acclaimed for combining the accessible and profound Kim Dower s poetry has been described by The Los Angeles Times as Sensual and evocative seamlessly combining humor and heartache and by O Magazine

  • Title: Last Train to the Missing Planet
  • Author: Kim Dower
  • ISBN: 9781597093538
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • Acclaimed for combining the accessible and profound, Kim Dower s poetry has been described by The Los Angeles Times as Sensual and evocative seamlessly combining humor and heartache, and by O Magazine as unexpected and sublime Her third collection, Last Train to the Missing Planet, rockets forward in this trajectory, taking us on a journey to places we ve oftenAcclaimed for combining the accessible and profound, Kim Dower s poetry has been described by The Los Angeles Times as Sensual and evocative seamlessly combining humor and heartache, and by O Magazine as unexpected and sublime Her third collection, Last Train to the Missing Planet, rockets forward in this trajectory, taking us on a journey to places we ve often visited but never seen Buy a ticket and hop aboard experience love, longing, and passion tipped sideways irreverent, touching, and disarmingly sexy as illuminated by an original and brilliant light Lose yourself in the unexplored sensations of the ordinary in this engaging year of moments, both comforting and terrifying and always extraordinary.

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    About Author

    1. Kim Freilich Dower grew up in New York City and received a BFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College, where she also taught creative writing Her first collection, Air Kissing on Mars was published by Red Hen Press in 2010 and appeared on the Poetry Foundation s Contemporary Best Sellers list The book was described by the Los Angeles Times as, sensual and evocative seamlessly combining humor and heartache Her second collection of poetry, Slice of Moon is coming from Red Hen Press in September of 2013 Kim teaches in the B.A program at Antioch University Los Angeles, and is the owner of a literary publicity company called Kim from L.A Her poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Eclipse, Ploughshares, Rattle, The Seneca Review, and Two Hawks Quarterly Two of the poems in Slice of Moon were finalists for the Rattle Poetry Prize She lives with her family in West Hollywood, California.

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