Dynamite The poems of Anders Carlson Wee s debut chapbook Dynamite flare with the volatile heat of discovery and loss as they follow the journeys of a speaker whose wanderlust leads him to the fringes of the A

  • Title: Dynamite
  • Author: Anders Carlson-Wee
  • ISBN: 9781424318049
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • The poems of Anders Carlson Wee s debut chapbook Dynamite flare with the volatile heat of discovery and loss as they follow the journeys of a speaker whose wanderlust leads him to the fringes of the American experiment Whether hopping freight trains with his brother or sleeping in the homes of strangers, the speaker is haunted by the tragic and oddly gracious people he meThe poems of Anders Carlson Wee s debut chapbook Dynamite flare with the volatile heat of discovery and loss as they follow the journeys of a speaker whose wanderlust leads him to the fringes of the American experiment Whether hopping freight trains with his brother or sleeping in the homes of strangers, the speaker is haunted by the tragic and oddly gracious people he meets Selected by Jennifer Grotz as the winner of The Frost Place Chapbook Competition, Anders Carlson Wee s Dynamite rides into the unmappable territories and wide expanses of the spirit.

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    About “Anders Carlson-Wee

    1. Anders Carlson-Wee says:

      Anders Carlson-Wee Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Dynamite book, this is one of the most wanted Anders Carlson-Wee author readers around the world.



    2 thoughts on “Dynamite

    1. Bare-bones poetry with a nostalgia of the road and whispers of menace. The book itself smelled like a tongue depressor.

    2. Anders and I were in the same poetry seminar class with Bruce Beasley when we were both getting our undergrad writing degrees at WWU. I remember asking him once if he had the burning desire, as I did at the time, to be published. He said something of the sort that it wasn't all about that, it was the process, what it gave him. But here he is, published and successful and I'm glad he's made it so far. Anders is a good man, as these poems will show you, who searches for what I'd call a certain typ [...]

    3. All of a sudden, the Carlson-Wee brothers seem to be everywhere I look. When I buy a sample copy of a poetry journal, one of them is almost always in there. When I get a contributor's copy of a journal, one of them is usually in there, too. I got so curious about them that I finally looked them up and found out that, like me, they're North Dakota natives. So when I heard that Anders Carlson-Wee had published a chapbook, I decided I should probably buy a copy.In form, this is simple, straightforw [...]

    4. Very much enjoyed reading Dynamite by Anders Carlson-Wee. In fact, I absolutely will have no problem at all in continuing to follow along with his story/poetry. Carlson-Wee's insight/poems of what must have been difficult circumstances growing up is incredible. His imagery is wonderful and yet so succinct without, in turn, being obscure. Just as importantly, he pulls the reader into his poems and, once we are there, once we have committed, he leaves us at the perfect moment, curious and looking [...]

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