Invisible World, poems of Steven Carter
People who know the Red Moon Press catalog are very familiar with the work of Steven Carter. His work ranges from haiku, through some of the most innovative haibun in the language, into full-blown lyric poetry, and on into meditation and aphorism, which genre he has practically resuscitated single-handedly. In this latest welter of poems, derived from personal and heart-felt experience, he once again faces himself unflinchingly to tell home truths which we recognize as our own. If you haven’t yet experienced Carter’s work, you owe it to yourself to explore it, and soon.
Imaginary friend 1 Sometimes I thought of him Apart from me, living “A separate existence” in Alto, Reticent living room windows On 56 Plaza Filled with flickering light and shadows Paying homage to Sid and Imogene, Uncle Miltie and Lucy and Desi And post-war America.
Size: 5" x 7.5"
Binding: perfect softbound