Poetry. John Godfrey wrote these poems during 2011 and 2012 in Manhattan's East Village, where he's lived since the 1960s. Charles Bernstein finds, "an evanescent lilt... Perception becomes an aroma of reflection and infatuation in John Godfrey's fractured songs." Anselm Hollo says John Godfrey, "hands us... richly unpredictable language."
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About the Author
John Godfrey was born in New York in 1945. He has worked and written in New York's east village for more than three decades. Godfrey's recent books include GOLD STARS WET HEARTS (Faux Press, 2014), TINY GOLD DRESS (Lunar Chandelier Press, 2012), CITY OF CORNERS (Wave Books, 2008), PRIVATE LEMONADE (Zephyr Press, 2003) and PUSH THE MULE (The Figures, 2001). A graduate of Princeton University and Columbia University's School of Nursing, Godfrey is a retired RN Clinician in HIV/AIDS.