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Author: Gary McDowell

Gary McDowell is the author of five collections of poetry, including MYSTERIES IN A WORLD THAT THINKS THERE ARE NONE (Burnside Review Press, 2016), winner of the 2014 Burnside Review Press Book Award; Weeping at a Stranger's Funeral (Dream Horse Press, 2014); and American Amen (Dream Horse Press, 2010), winner of the 2009 Orphic Prize in Poetry. He's also the co-editor, with F. Daniel Rzicznek, of THE ROSE METAL PRESS FIELD GUIDE TO PROSE POETRY (Rose Metal Press, 2010). His poems and essays have appeared in journals such as American Poetry Review, The Nation, Gulf Coast, New England Review, Prairie Schooner, and Colorado Review. He lives in Nashville with his family where he's an assistant professor of English at Belmont University.

Caesura: Essays
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Caesura: Essays

Otis Books | Seismicity Editions

Literary Nonfiction. Do prepare to prepare to say something about the color of the eaves. The badger that lives out back. The geography of the place, of the breakfast you shared. Be prepared to talk about the tornado siren that didn't go off in time...

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Mysteries in a World That Thinks There Are None
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Mysteries in a World That Thinks There Are None

Burnside Review

Poetry. "Sometimes transcendent joy is sitting quietly and plainly in front of us. Or it arrives when we aren't looking for it. We may look at it or ponder it and simply blinkā€”the stunned heart, the stunned mind. An epiphany is one thing, but being ...

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