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Blood Music Paperback – October 27, 2013
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About the Author
Frank Reardon was born in 1974, in Boston, MA and spent his first 28 years living there. Since then, he has lived all over the country in places such as Alabama, Kansas City and Rhode Island. He currently resides in the Badlands of North Dakota, still looking for a way to get out. Frank has been published in various reviews, journals and online literary zines. His first book, Interstate Chokehold, was published by NeoPoiesis Press in 2009. His second book, Nirvana Haymaker, was published by NeoPoiesis in 2012.
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Reardon's poems take the reader from bars and landscapes of Huntsville, AL to the bus stations of Pittsburgh and points in between, exploring landscapes both urban and forested. This is a collection of dark, self-reflective, poetry presented with the brutal unflinching honesty by a man who has lived the vagabond life of a latter day Beat. Although infinitely more optimistic than previous works, Blood Music is as uplifting as it is painful.
Blood Music is the first hand account of a man fighting his way up from the depths of loss and personal tragedy to take all that pain and form it into something beautiful.
A poem from the collection:
within the quiet mind
of every man,
is a snow capped
into the folds of
discourse & memory."