Poetry. "In careful, crafty knots of language, Travis Cebula walks us through the veined structure of a city where, as in a poem, life splinters into its constituent parts: a car lot lit like Casablanca, a river of black leather and wool, nodding Santa Claus displays, snow falling in clumps. Cebula ties together the 'tensile thunder' of this city without a sinecure, and though this may be 'how the thinker litters,' there's no need to 'clamor for grist.' UNDER THE SKY THEY LIT CITIES has plenty"—Erik Anderson.
Nancy Stohlman @ Tarpaulin Sky Reviews
Travis Cebula resides in Colorado with his wife and trusty dogs, where he splits time between writing, photography, teaching, and restoring houses. REFUGEE is his seventh collection of poetry, and fifth published by the inimitable BlazeVOX [Books]. Black Lawrence Press published AFTER THE FOX (2014), a collaboration with Sarah Suzor. In June you can find him working on a new book and teaching with the Left Bank Writers Retreat in Paris, France. The rest of the year you can find him in a cloud of sawdust and weak metaphors.Author City: GOLDEN, CO USA