Published by The Quarry Press (1984)
Hermann Hesse said "The bourgeois prefers comfort to pleasure, convenience to liberty, and a pleasant temperature to the deathly inner consuming fire." But The Fates pay no attention to human preferences.
As much about bourgeois pain as pleasure, this extended narrative combines prose and poetry in a long letter to a friend in denial of his roots. The poems in this book originally appeared in numerous prestigious journals and anthologies, but the book pulling them all together into an extended narrative has long been out of print.
The Quarry Press (1984)
Softcover (6x9 inches) 62 pages
Signed by author edition: $20
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