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This southern poet addresses what has been built and left standing. No surprise that there are elephants in the room. Says Pulitzer Prize winner, Claudia Emerson, "Epes's poems concern themselves with a rich range of subjects, from language itself to the body, from the expression of time to spirituality. Epes renders a past so sentient, it is almost as though the present intrudes on it, so convinced and convincing is he that 'a riper beauty...grows out of what you were.'"