The Dustbowl is a collection of serial poems that intertwine Arthurian legend and Dust Bowl lore with fragmented memories of a childhood in California. The book's polyphonic voices conjoin perpetually questing knights and those journeying west into a single body. David Morley's Guardian review of the anthology Dear World & Everyone In It complimented editor Nathan Hamilton's inclusion of poems from this "expertly challenging" sequence.
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About the Author
Jim Goar was born in San Francisco, California and grew up in Tucson, Arizona. He studied at the University of Arizona, Naropa University, and, most recently, the University of East Anglia. He is the author of THE DUSTBOWL (Shearsman Books, 2014), Seoul Bus Poems (Reality Street, 2010), THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE (Rose Metal Press, 2011), and the chapbook, Whole Milk (Effing Press, 2006).
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This book is awesome! It's so clever and amazingly visual! I've read it lots of times and always pick up things I'd missed in previous readings.