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Some Sentences Look for Some Periods by Charles Alexander

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Some Sentences Look for Some Periods by Charles Alexander

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Some Sentences Look for Some Periods by Charles Alexander

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Charles Alexander’s Some Sentences Look for Some Periods is a work in prose that begins with a challenge to the notion of perfection, and, as the sentences evolve, becomes a journey through butterflies, piano chords, Bejart ballet, rip tide beach, and much more. “Evolve” may be the key word, as these sentences unfold with a sense of dream and inevitability, yet stay true to the spirit of art making that values what John Keats called “negative capability,” the capability of existing amid uncertainty, the process of getting somewhere even when you don’t know where you’re going.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

CHARLES ALEXANDER is a poet, bookmaker & the founder/director of Chax Press. He is the author of 5 full-length books of poetry and 9 brief chapbooks of poetry, editor of one critical work on the state of the book arts in America, as well as the author of multiple essays, articles, and reviews. His most recent book of poetry is Pushing Water, published by Cuneiform Press. He has taught literature and writing at Naropa University, University of Arizona, and elsewhere. Charles is currently at work on Collected Essays and a new book of poetry. He lives in Tucson, Arizona, with his partner, the painter Cynthia Miller.

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