Poetry. Anne Boyer harvests fields of sound from the seeds of her bucolic vocabulary in THE ROMANCE OF HAPPY WORKERS, a debut collection of poems that swaggers through a world of cowboys, conquistadors, comrades, and housewives. Political and iconoclastic, these poems dally in a pastoral camp born from the dust of the Kansas plains where the crumbling populism of socialists, poets, and folksingers springs vividly back to life and realism, idealism, and nostalgia do battle among the silos and ditchweed.
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Anne Boyer is a poet who lives in Kansas. She is the author of THE ROMANCE OF HAPPY WORKERS (Coffee House Press, 2008) and GARMENTS AGAINST WOMEN (Ahsahta Press, 2015).Author City: PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KS USA