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This Day, Poems by Jonathan Bracker
The witty poems of Jonathan Bracker's This Day engage deeply with this: this moment, this feeling, this thought.
Jonathan Bracker, born in New York City in 1936, has lived in San Francisco since 1973. His poems are collected as Constellations Of Clover (Prickly Pear Press: 1973), Duplicate Keys (Thorp Springs Press: 1977), Some Poems About Women (Bootleg Press: 1993); Paris Sketches (Thorp Springs Press: 2005), and Civilian Aboard U. S. Navy Ship At Sea (Seven Kitchens Press: 2011). He is the editor of Bright Cages: The Selected Poems Of Christopher Morley (University of Pennsylvania Press: 1965), co-author with Mark Wallach of Christopher Morley (Twayne Press: 1976), and editor of A Little Patch Of Shepherd's-Thyme: Prose Passages Of Thomas Hardy Arranged As Verse (Moving Finger Press: 2013).
ISBN: 978-1625491367, 58 pages, $16