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Crow-Blue, Crow-Black Paperback – 1 May 2012
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About the Author
Chip Livingston is the author of a previous poetry collection, Museum of False Starts (Gival Press, 2010), and a chapbook, Alarum (Other Rooms Press, 2007). Individual poems, short stories, and essays have been published in journals including Ploughshares, The Potomac Review, Mississippi Review, Court Green, and NEW AMERICAN WRITING. His work has been included in the anthologies SING: Poetry of the Indigenous Americas, Sovereign Erotics, Best New Poets 2005, Best Gay Poetry 2007, and on the Poetry Foundation's web site. He has received awards from Native Writers' Circle of the Americas, Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers, and the AABB Foundation. Chip has taught writing and literature at University of Colorado, University of the Virgin Islands, Brooklyn College, and Gotham Writers Workshops. He grew up in the Florida panhandle, spent a decade in Manhattan, and now lives in Montevideo, Uruguay.
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30 September 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
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17 July 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
Livingston's poetry is thought-provoking and contemporary. It begs to be re-read and mulled over and stays in the mind of the reader.
Suzanne D. Kingsbury
risky and thought-provoking, an amazing collection
28 July 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
4 people found this helpful.
It's always hard to put words to great poetry, but Crow-Blue, Crow-Black goes beyond poetry and makes for the reader a whole, vivid, domain-changing experience. The rhythm and dance of the poems alone is at times lulling and then electric. The words and language themselves create layers of meaning. So that while the poems can be laugh-out-loud fun they are, at the same time, infusing the reader with a subtle yet potent commentary on contemporary society. The author is a risk-taker and that risk spares nothing and asks the reader to be brave, to stand at the edge and look over as Livingston jumps, and invites the reader to do the same. Take the flight. It's worth many many reads. And more.
10 August 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
Another wonderful collection of poems!