Jeff Hardin’s _No Other Kind of World_ explores our “need to witness miracles” within a world that too often favors “soapbox diatribes/or mournful tones.” Perhaps we no longer recognize our own faces, unaware of what remains hidden inside, or just underneath, our landscapes or words. We wander an immeasurable world, one in which the Self attempts to know what knowing is, and calls out to others, searching for survivors this side of the millennium. Despite new threats of “a coming Inquisition,” Hardin “charts a course toward mercy,” seeking “the kind of understanding/that comes when two or more are gathered.”
|Publisher:||Texas Review Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
JEFF HARDIN is the author of Fall Sanctuary, Notes for a Praise Book, Restoring the Narrative, and Small Revolution. He is professor of English at Columbia State Community College in Columbia, Tennessee.