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Author: Doug Ramspeck

Doug Ramspeck is the author of several books, including THE OWL THAT CARRIES US AWAY (BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2018), his first book of fiction, and the poetry collections ORIGINAL BODIES (Southern Indiana Review Press, 2014) and MECHANICAL FIREFLIES (Barrow Street Press, 2011). His first book, BLACK TUPELO COUNTY (BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2008), received the John Cardi Prize. He teaches at The Ohio State University at Lima.

Black Tupelo Country
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Black Tupelo Country

BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City

Poetry. Winner of the John Ciardi Prize for Poetry, "BLACK TUPELO COUNTRY is a book of cinematic lushness razored with ache," writes poet Leslie Adrienne Miller, who selected the book for the prize. "These poems dwell in the dark, immutable seam bet...

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Mechanical Fireflies
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Mechanical Fireflies

Barrow Street Press

Poetry."For those whose eyes remain open, whose hearts are not afraid to come closer, let them come and be pierced, let them come and read and turn the pages and be beholden to a poet who seems born to mesmerize, having learned from The Great Mesmer...

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Original Bodies
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Original Bodies

Southern Indiana Review Press

Poetry. ORIGINAL BODIES explores the primitive mindset, the ancient brain that exists within us all. Most of us don't believe that three crows in a black willow tree portend death, that a dry steam bed suggests that a spouse or relative will have a ...

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The Owl That Carries Us Away
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The Owl That Carries Us Away

BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City

Fiction. Winner of the G. S. Sharat Chandra Prize for Short Fiction, selected by Billy Lombardo. These twenty-nine short and short-short stories, set largely in the contemporary Midwest, echo such primal struggles as mortality, the hunt, growing up ...

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