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Carter's eleventh collection of poems, continuing his free verse explorations of marriage, aging, politics, environmental concerns, all expressed with elegance and humor, sometimes black but always tender. As Tucson mayor Jonathan Rothschild observes, Carter captures "life's subtleties with humor, irony, and a touch of charming cynicism that brings home truths we recognize with a knowing wink."
There aren't many like this one on the internet.
Reading takes place online at 8 pm, Dec. 1, on Facebook @BackroomBroadsides.
"always the last to close the bar"
"Dan and Rebecca met in the 90s through the small press, back in the days of cut, paste and staple zines. Dan was the founder and editor of Windowpanes and Rebecca was the founder and one of the editors of Reuben’s Kincaid. A few years ago, Dan asked Rebecca if she wanted to come into the 21st Century and do an online zine and they set to work cutting, pasting and stapling online."