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Author: Anthony McCann

Anthony McCann was born and raised in the Hudson Valley. He is the author of Thing Music (Wave Books, 2014), I HEART YOUR FATE (Wave Books, 2011), MOONGARDEN (Wave Books, 2006), and FATHER OF NOISE (Fence Books, 2003). In addition to these collections, he is one of the authors of Gentle Reader! (2007), a book of erasures of the English Romantics, along with Joshua Beckman and Matthew Rohrer. He lives in Los Angeles and teaches in the University of California-Riverside's Palm Desert MFA program. He is the "Poet Laureate" of Machine Project, and also teaches courses at the California Institute of the Arts.

Father of Noise
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Father of Noise

Fence Books

Poetry. Anthony McCann seeks out the elusive Other with all the raucous self-loathing of a mad saint. Eroticized, debunked, adored, and despised, the sayer of these incantations ventures with appropriate fearfulness, into the known, buoyed only by t...

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I Heart Your Fate
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I Heart Your Fate

Wave Books

Poetry. In his third collection of poetry, Anthony McCann fuses the worlds of dream, art, love, and brute humanity, taking the redemptive power of the romantic to new and surprising extremes. "I don't have a body to feel afraid," writes McCann, and ...

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Moongarden
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Moongarden

Wave Books

Poetry. Like moonlight, McCann's attention gives weird clarity and an alien glow to post-industrial landscapes and human interiors. These poems are startling and irreverent, but also emotional and approachable. They uncivilize us into seeing the wor...

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Thing Music
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Thing Music

Wave Books

Poetry. California Interest. THING MUSIC performs intertwinings both painful and pleasurable: intertwinings of perceiving bodies with their perceptual worlds, of persons with other persons, and of the I and the You. Marked in direct and indirect way...

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