Why They Grow Wings Poetry Winner of the Gerald Cable Book Award What sensual enchantments and imaginative adventures await the reader of Nin Andrews latest volume Her poems are witty vivacious surprising Houdini

  • Title: Why They Grow Wings
  • Author: Nin Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781878851154
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Winner of the 1999 Gerald Cable Book Award What sensual enchantments and imaginative adventures await the reader of Nin Andrews latest volume Her poems are witty, vivacious, surprising Houdini will show up and paraphrase Heraclitus Or the sign at the Pasta Palace Cook Needed will turn into an erotic daydream Cock Needed with the logic of an entry in aPoetry Winner of the 1999 Gerald Cable Book Award What sensual enchantments and imaginative adventures await the reader of Nin Andrews latest volume Her poems are witty, vivacious, surprising Houdini will show up and paraphrase Heraclitus Or the sign at the Pasta Palace Cook Needed will turn into an erotic daydream Cock Needed with the logic of an entry in a book of lies Andrews liberates debased forms the chain letter, the earnest Yuletide family report and assimilates unusual influences Borges, Henri Michaux in her highly distinctive prose poems She has an energining effect reading her makes you want to write I m crazy about this poet David Lehman.

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    1. Nin Andrews says:

      Nin Andrews Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Why They Grow Wings book, this is one of the most wanted Nin Andrews author readers around the world.



    2 thoughts on “Why They Grow Wings

    1. The poems in Nin Andrews' WHY THEY GROW WINGS gather momentum as the reader proceeds through the collection until they approach the radiance of the poems found in THE BOOK OF ORGASMS.

    2. About childhood, angels, and orgasms -- odd set of obsessions and lots of fun prose poems. Sometimes bawdily funny, other times wry. An imperfect book, but with some gems.

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