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Cleanup: Volume VI: The Remainders Collection [NOOK Book]

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Cleanup: Volume VI: The Remainders Collection

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Overview

A collection of poetry by Mesa poet and writer Bob Nelson. The Cleanup series of chapbooks chronicle Bob's 1990's poetry. Volume Six, the final collection, contains:
The Bottle
The Plea
There Once Was a Man
The Terrible Swift Sword Knows No Jest
These Stones That Reach Up to the Sky
The Climb
To Give the Smallest Price
The Girl I Want
The Gift
Welcome to my Home
Survivor
The Temple In The Sky
The Wonderful World of Emotion

Born in Boston, Ma., Bob has progressively made his way west. He currently runs a microglomerate (Brick Cave Media) out of a- you guessed it- a brick cave in the back of his house. He is also the Executive Director of Anthology, Inc., a literary nonprofit based in Phoenix. Bob, as of this writing, was also working on directing his first movie, Sacrifice.

Cleanup, a series of chapbook chronicling Bob’s early poetry work, are available intermittently, as Bob creates them in his secret laboratory.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011233050
  • Publisher: Brick Cave Books
  • Publication date: 2/21/2011
  • Series: Cleanup: The Poetry of Bob Nelson , #5
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 216 KB

Meet the Author

In 1994, Bob (Me) co-founded Anthology magazine with writer J.A. Giunta. The magazine would run for ten years and print a wide variety of up and coming poets and writers. Also in 1994, Bob (also me) started the Essenzaslam Poetry Slam, which runs to this day as the longest running poetry slam in the Southwest. In 1999, Bob founded Spokenworld.com, a pioneer internet readio station focusing on spoken word programming. In 2001, writer Sharon Skinner and Bob founded Anthology as a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Currently, Bob is the chief of Brick Cave Media, a media microglomerate (his home office) for the crazy ideas that his friends and I dream up. In 2006, He released my second spoken word CD, Boboratory, that is available through the Brick Cave Media Store as either a physical CD or downloadable MP3's. He serves on the Board of Anthology, Inc., and still wanders around the local poetry scene.

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