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No Planets Strike / Edition 1

No Planets Strike / Edition 1

by Josh Bell
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ISBN-13: 9780803220409
Publisher: UNP - Bison Books
Publication date: 09/01/2008
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 913,765
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Josh Bell is a lecturer in the creative writing program at Columbia University while he completes his dissertation for the University of Cincinnati. His poems have appeared in 9th Letter, Boston Review, Hotel Amerika, Indiana Review, Triquarterly, Verse, and Volt.

Table of Contents

Coming Attractions
The Beautiful American Poem
Sleeping with Artemis
Zombie Sunday
A Meditation Concerned with What You Might Be Meditating About, Ramona
My Week as a Pornographic Film Queen
Dear Song
Zombie Sunday (The Dear Reader Version)
War Poem
Poem to Line My Casket with, Ramona
Zombie Sunday (The Epic Version)
The Horse Leech's Daughter
Zombie Sunday (Had We but World Enough and Time)
Poem Voted Most Likely
Zombie Sunday
Love Double-Wide (Your Love Is Like a Bad Tattoo)
Pantoum for Houston (Director's Cut)
Sheriff, You Forgot Yer Hat
Milk Division
In My Oft-Quoted Guide to Clouds and Weather, Ramona
Surviving Love
Zombie Sunday
Sleeping with Waitresses
Meditation on Insomnia
Zombie Sunday
Sleeping with J.A.
First, Second, Twenty-Fifth, and Thirty-Ninth Lines Courtesy of Thomas Campion
Poem against Matt Guenette's Ex-Girlfriend
The Care and Feeding of Mermaids
Space Dementia
Epithalamion, Ex Post Facto
Watching Poetry Readings on Videotape in Apartment #5
Ramona's Theme
Notes for a Movie Entitled Revenge of the Necrophiliacs
Sleeping with Julia Roberts
Zombie Sunday (A Short Poetical History of Spring)
Ramona Ex Machina
Zombie Sunday

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No Planets Strike 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
These poems hold themselves to the highest standards with a brilliance so steady & strong it's quite nearly planetary. Yet they never let their big, bright brains completely eclipse their heavy and knowing hearts. This book is not only a stand-up amongst first books, but amongst most books.