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by Richard Zuras

These poems illuminate a life of familya life of love and loss: jobs worked, kids born and raised, love’s passions and ebbs, failures and successes, the big moments and the small, the dreams and the nightmares.

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Meet the Author

Originally from Arlington, Virginia, Richard Lee Zuras has published two novels, The Bastard Year and The Honeymoon Corruption (both with Brandylane Publishers, Inc.). Writing poetry informed by confession, Richard has published poems in Innisfree, South Dakota Review, Red Rock Review, Confrontation, Jabberwock Review, and The Great American Wise-Ass Poetry Anthology. He teaches creative writing, film, and general education courses at the University of Maine at Presque Isle, located in northern Maine, where he has lived since 2001. In his spare time, Richard composes song lyrics for his sons’ folk/rock band, matches wits with his stubborn dog, and contemplates moving his family to a warmer climate.

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Formats: Paperback, E-book

Pages: 96

ISBN PB: 978-1-951565-49-7

ISBN EB: 978-1-951565-50-3

Release Date: 5/14/2020


“These poems register precise impressions through carefully modulated language. Along the way, we encounter dodges and feints that display a wonderful range, and that consistently please with their quiet intensity.” — Baron Wormser, former Maine Poet Laureate

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