Every Wreckage: Poems

Every Wreckage: Poems

by Ian C Williams
Every Wreckage: Poems

Every Wreckage: Poems

by Ian C Williams

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Overview

In his first, full-length collection of poetry, Ian C. Williams buries, unearths, and reburies the questions of adolescence and its legacy. These poems, rooted in the mountains and forests of Appalachia, wonder after the insecurities of growing up, the fragility of fatherhood, and the longing that haunts us as we search for stability and direction. With a voice at once razor-edged and tender, Williams traverses a world deep in the underbrush, as wild as it is domestic, brimming with cocoons, cicadas, car crashes, silverware drawers, and dishes that never seem to be done. This collection examines the wreckage of our history and beckons us to "Let it rest" and wait for it to erupt in a "beautiful catastrophe of riotous bloom."


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781594981227
Publisher: Fernwood Press
Publication date: 03/19/2024
Pages: 90
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.23(d)

About the Author

Ian C. Williams was born in Appalachia and teaches English/Language Arts for a living. His poems have been included in Fourteen Hills, The Minnesota Review, Salamander, Harpur Palate, among other magazines, and his chapbook, House of Bones, was published by the National Federation of State Poetry Societies. He lives in Fairmont, West Virginia, with his family.
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