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Inside the Money Machine (Poetry Series) Paperback – March 7, 2011


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An utterly riveting book of poems and a necessary book to read. Pratt's scrutiny is constantly keen and inviting, and shifts deftly and humanely between reportage and lyricism. I realize these poems are all true. Pratt's imagination is all true. --Michael Burkard

Minnie Bruce Pratt's poetry possesses an eloquent indignation. The narratives in Inside the Money Machine are as devastating for their language as for the stories they tell of the vulnerable and disenfranchised among us.We see laid-off workers huddle, staggered by catastrophe, and rail riders jostled toward hope, funneled into/the city terminal...step down into the white light of next... Her poems ignite both longing and rage. --Mindy Kronenberg, Book/Mark Quarterly Review

This is gritty new work by one of North America s best poets. Each poem reveals the sweat and labor of the many who are trying to get by in this tough, new world where big corporations and Wall Street are sucking all of our humanity dry. These poems are the voices of ourselves crying out. --M.L. Leibler, poet and editor of Working Words: Punching the Clock and Kicking out the Jams

About the Author

Minnie Bruce Pratt published her first book of poetry in 1981 as part of the Women in Print movement in North Carolina. Her second book, Crime Against Nature, received the Lamont Poetry Award from the Academy of American Poets and was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Her ten books also include S/HE, about gender boundary crossing, Walking Back Up Depot Street, and The Dirt She Ate, winner of a Lambda Literary Award. In addition, she has received numerous other awards, including the Lillian Hellman-Dashiell Hammet award from the Fund for Free Expression, the Larry Levis Poetry Award from Prairie Schooner, a ForeWord (Independent Bookstores and Booksellers Magazine) Best Gay/Lesbian Book of the Year Award, the Lucille Medwick Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America. Her work has been reviewed widely including in the New York Times and Publisher's Weekly. Pratt has a received a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and a fellowship in poetry from the New Jersey State Council on the arts. Born in Alabama, she now lives and works in Syracuse, New York.

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