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Author: Rob Carney

Rob Carney is the author of seven books of poems, including CALL AND RESPONSE (Black Lawrence Press, 2021), FACTS AND FIGURES (Hoot n Waddle 2020), The Last Tiger Is Somewhere (Unsolicited Press 2020), co-authored with Scott Poole, and THE BOOK OF SHARKS (Black Lawrence Press 2018), which won the 15 Bytes Utah Book Award for Poetry and was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. Accidental Gardens, a collection of 42 flash essays about the environment, politics, and poetics, is forthcoming from Stormbird Press (Parndana, South Australia). Carney is the recipient of several honors for his work, including the Robinson Jeffers/Tor House Foundation Award for Poetry. He is a Professor of English at Utah Valley University and lives in Salt Lake City.

The Book of Sharks
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The Book of Sharks

Black Lawrence Press

Poetry. Winner of the 15 Bytes Book Award for Poetry. "THE BOOK OF SHARKS is an accomplishment at the micro and macro level. Rob Carney has crafted lines that you'll want to save for your next tattoo inside of efficient poems that touch on creation ...

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Call and Response
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Call and Response

Black Lawrence Press

Poetry. "Rob Carney is tuned to some amazing frequency—it comes from 500 North and Morton, it comes from beyond, it comes from when we were wooded slopes—but he listens and returns with these poems, thrumming with 'lifeblood,' these songs which thro...

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Facts and Figures
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Facts and Figures

Hoot n Waddle

Poetry. There's a lunatic logic at work in these poems, from the opening section of thirteen facts to the final pages inspired by Christopher Smart, the 18th-century poet locked away in an asylum with his cat. Here, astrophysics becomes an empathy l...

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