Poetry. Composed of 10 chapters—each an excerpt from a self-published chapbook—ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS contains poems written from 1999 to 2010. An unofficial selected, the poems in this volume range in style from lyrical narratives to percussive one-liners, as well as from long poems like, "Rimbaud in New York," and the opening serial sequence, "Sweet Nothings."
|Publisher:||Ugly Duckling Presse|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Jeffrey Joe Nelson grew up in the Garden State. Extended sojourns throughout North Carolina, Wales, Florida, California, Italy, Holland, Cuba, and Prague eventually brought him to Brooklyn where he has lived for the past 13 years. Jeffrey Joe's work has appeared in Oyster Boy, New York Nights, Dial Tone, Lungfull!, Asheville Mountain Review and Greetings, a magazine of the sound arts he founded in 1998. He has written two chapbooks and is the author of ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS (Ugly Ducking Presse, 2011). He teaches English and coaches basketball at the Coalition High School for Social Change in Harlem.