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Poetry. Norman Fischer's long poem takes as its place CHARLOTTE'S WAY, a house on the California coast, but mostly the poem takes things in. Fischer, a Zen priest, meditates on talk, the passing of time, the brain, catness, bills to be paid, poems, search parties, birds and myriad other subjects as they flicker in and out of thought. Terri Wada's design emphasizes the fluidity of Fischer's thinking; rather than turning from one page to the next, the chapbook opens out, filling both space and time.
Norman Fischer lives on a cliff overlooking the Pacific. A Zen Buddhist priest, he has been publishing poetry steadily and variously since the 1970's.Author City: SAUSALITO, CA USA