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Author: Gil Ott

Gil Ott was a poet, essayist, and community activist, as well as the founder of Singing Horse Press. Ott's books include ARRIVE ON WAVE: COLLECTED POEMS (Chax Press, 2016), TRAFFIC (Chax Press, 2001), THE WHOLE NOTE (Zasterle Press, 1996), Public Domain (1989), The Yellow Floor (1987), WITHIN RANGE (Burning Deck, 1986), and many more.

Arrive on Wave: Collected Poems
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Arrive on Wave: Collected Poems

Chax Press

Poetry. Edited by Trace Peterson, Gregory Laynor and Eli Goldblatt. "More than any other individual, Gil Ott was the person most responsible for the strength of the poetry community in Philadelphia during his lifetime. A small 'd' democrat, Gil led ...

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PACT [GIL OTT]
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PACT [GIL OTT]

Singing Horse Press

Prose Poetry. Short fiction. Gil Ott's unique collection of either poetic prose or prose poetics (depending on your view) is a gold mine of tactile ruminations, devolving narrative, acute perceptions, and splintering syntax. Ott is the highly-respec...

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TRAFFIC [CHAX ED.]
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TRAFFIC [CHAX ED.]

Chax Press

Poetry. "As an architect of the gap, Gil Ott provides many doors whereby this place may be entered and whereby you may encounter and be part of the 'traffic' of that occurrence. It's not a house of many mansions, but it is poetry, a place which may ...

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WITHIN RANGE (Signed Edition)
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LTD $20.00 1/1/2006
 
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