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In this collection of poems, Patrick T. Randolph achieves something all too few writers are able accomplish: He conveys honest joy, and he does so deeply, convincingly, and sustainedly. The book is a true pleasure to read. -Lester Smith, president, Wisconsin Fellowship of PoetsIf I could bequeath one book of poetry to my grandchildren and great grandchildren, it would be Father's Philosophy by Patrick T. Randolph. Randolph's poems are written with such love and sunshine that more than one generation should have the pleasure and privilege of reading them.-Joanne Flemming, editor of Irish Stew
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.28(d)|
About the Author
Patrick grew up on a small lake in the white birch, green pinewoods of Northwestern Wisconsin. Son of an English professor-farmer and a waitress-philosopher, he was born in River Falls, Wisconsin in 1967. Patrick teaches at the Center for English as a Second Language at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He has had poems published in Bellowing Ark, Byline Magazine, California Quarterly, Free Verse, Istanbul Literary Review, The Rockford Review, The Wisconsin Poets' Calendar and many other journals in both the States and abroad.