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What Paul Hunter says of the old folks speech best describes his own memorable poetry: couched in tangibles, offering life more cleanly felt in fewer words. Like the woodcuts of his poetry broadsides, there s an incised, hard-cut beauty to his language, making an indelible print in the mind of a way of life: Looking after all those gone before...ordering the stone they would tell / the man cut it deep make it shine. -- Eleanor Wilner --blurb from back cover

What Paul Hunter says of the old folks speech best describes his own memorable poetry: couched in tangibles, offering life more cleanly felt in fewer words. Like the woodcuts of his poetry broadsides, there s an incised, hard-cut beauty to his language, making an indelible print in the mind of a way of life: Looking after all those gone before...ordering the stone they would tell / the man cut it deep make it shine. -- Eleanor Wilner --blurb from back cover

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Paul Hunter has been poet, teacher, performer, playwright, musician, instrument-maker, artist, editor, publisher, grassroots arts activist, worker on the land, and shade-tree mechanic. For the past twelve years he has produced fine letterpress books under the imprint of Wood Works-currently including 23 books and 5o broadsides. His poems have appeared in Beloit Poetry Journal, Bloomsbury Review, Iowa Review, North American Review, Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Raven Chronicles and The Southern Review, as well as in three full-length books and several chapbooks. Recipient of the 1998 Pym Cup, the 1999 Nelson Bentley Award, and the 2005 Washington Book Award, he lives and works in Seattle.
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