Tuesday, February 10, 2009

God, Sebastian, Amy by Ana Božičević





Flying Guillotine Press announces Ana Božičević's new chapbook God, Sebastian, Amy!


Cittadino in Campagna di New Jersey


The green by itself didn't mean anything;
it needed shapes to inform it.

The long hope of the long hill—
the incline spoke, the hill didn't.

On the burnt dog-grass, at the foot of the V tree
its shadow drew an X. —Me, a denominator?

—No, you were the line in tree's fraction:
one present point where bird-life in the crown

divided by death on the grass, equaled a soul…
The hill curved, now in starlight.

There was a sensation of falling. And how the hill changed.
—& the length of hope? —Didn't. Only the soul—

The soul was painted over and over, like an outlet.



God, Sebastian, Amy is a 28 page, hand stitched book of poems printed in an edition of 74. There are three different covers with photographs by Shannon Davies and Tony Mancus. They are bound with red string!

$8 includes shipping.

If you'd like a copy, please visit Flying Guillotine Press.

PS--Look for Flying Guillotine at AWP. We'll be the ones wearing shirts. And pants, most likely.




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