The Apparitioners

George Witte

"Set among suburban homes and in neighboring forests and fields, Witte's descriptive verse, seasonal lyric and short narrative poems arrive in sonnets, in all manner of rhyming stanzas and in meticulous free verse. . . Witte's interest in casual American speech. . . suggest Robert Frost, while the austerity of his diction, and his more than passing interest in mortality, imply lessons learned from Anthony Hecht. . . The calm fortitude [Witte's shorter poems] display suggest work of long planning and considered judgment:   Horace himself might approve."
From Publisher's Weekly , September 12, 2005

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Plan B

Augustus Carleton

"Such brisk, hard, realistic diction, and such thinking, as will no doubt assimilate into our time's pure poetry."
A. R. Ammons

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