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Author: Paul Hunter

Paul Hunter has been poet, teacher, performer, playwright, musician, instrument-maker, artist, editor, publisher, grassroots arts activist, worker on the land, and shade-tree mechanic. For the past 18 years he has produced fine letterpress books under the imprint of Wood Works—currently including 24 books and 55 broadsides. His own poems have appeared in Alaska Fisherman's Journal, Iowa Review, Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Prairie Schooner, The Small Farmer's Journal, The Southern Review and Spoon River Poetry Review. He was recently a featured poet on PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.

Breaking Ground
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Breaking Ground

Silverfish Review Press

Poetry. "These poems eloquently evoke the smell and feel of earth. Part georgics, part elegies, they bear vivid witness to an agrarian vision that is slowly becoming history."—John Ashbery"BREAKING GROUND is the finest poetic treatment of farming an...

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COME THE HARVEST
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COME THE HARVEST

Silverfish Review Press

Poetry. From John Greenleaf Whittier and James Russell Lowell to Robert Frost and Wendell Berry, every generation or two it seems a poet has to redefine our shifting relationship to the land. "Over the river and through the woods," Americans retain ...

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Ripening
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Ripening

Silverfish Review Press

Poetry. "RIPENING is a full landscape of poems packed with live beings dancing to the tunefulness of change. These true poems show an America before Agribiz: men, boys, a few acutely cherished girls, all workers, enduring winter till it topples over...

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Stubble Field
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Stubble Field

Silverfish Review Press

Poetry. "It would be a mistake to call this fourth collection of work set in the American Midwest 'farming' poems, though small farms and communities are at their center. These are poems about people: about what they make ofthemselves from what is o...

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