JIM HALL lives in Miami where he teaches at Florida International University. His first book, The Lady from the Dark Green Hills, was published by Carnegie Mellon in 1977.
Table of Contents
WHAT BROUGHT ME HERE For My Mother: Finally a Poem with No Mention of Sex Replica Facts on File Why Should I Worry Nana in Her Hudson Wasp My Acceptance Speech Root Back Then Killing My Teacher, For Peter Grandaddy Warns Me to Measure The Silver Light Poem Come Here The Dead at the Picnic Year End Report Corral of Angels The Whittler No Xeroxes Accepted
AND MOVES ME ON Golden Pond From the Palace of Dry Reason The Mating Reflex I Need it Bad Recording Recording Sorting the Photos Being Dreamed to Women Have Childbirth, Men Have Tattoos Rose Petals Things That Never Happened But Always Were The Tropic of Cancer Clone The Nudist Park The Son of Carlos and the Sky Zelda and Scott and You and Me The Figure a Poem Makes The Wild Child, Genie Optical Illusions Sic The Hair Contest Maybe Dat’s Your Pwoblem Too