McIntosh, SandyForty-Nine Guaranteed Ways to Escape DeathMarsh Hawk PressPoetry. "McIntosh spins a tantalizing web of tales-unlikely encounters with the famous; musical instruments invented not to be easily played, but rather to be beautiful objects themselves; and mega-lists, one of which is the sublime title poem. Constantly inventive, his poems are meta in their metamorphosis-one prose poem even becomes a review of his last book. He mythologizes terrorist threats and re-imagines Superman, zooming into Metropolis to scoop up Poetry and save it from the villains, Boredom and Pretense"-Denise Duhamel. Sandy McIntosh is the author of several previous collections of poetry and prose. His essays have been published by: The New York Times, The Nation, Newsday, the Wallstreet Journal and American Book Review. He is the managing editor of Marsh Hawk Press.
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About the Author
Sandy McIntosh's collections of poetry include ERNESTA, IN THE STYLE OF THE FLAMENCO (Marsh Hawk Press, 2010), 237 More Reasons to Have Sex (with Denise Duhamel), FORTY-NINE GUARANTEED WAYS TO ESCAPE DEATH and nine other books, including a Chinese cookbook, as well as software programs, including Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing! He has published in The New York Times, Newsday, The Nation, the Wall Street Journal, American Book Review, and elsewhere. He has been managing editor of Confrontation magazine, and is publisher of Marsh Hawk Press.