Poetry. California Interest. Paperclip resistance. Volcanoes behind the mic. Purring feline adjustments. The world's not your oyster so much as a bowl of metaphor soup. NOVA NIGHTS is a lyrical book of voices and discoveries about life, love, and loss; hope, light, and color, whose fluid lines suggest genre may be a mere calculation. In Guy Biederman's world imagination shows us the way and creativity takes us home. This is a book of poems you'll want to share with friends, but may hesitate to lend. Better get two.
Guy Biederman is the author of six collections of short work, including NOVA NIGHTS (Nomadic Press, 2021), Edible Grace, Soundings, and Fathoms. His work has appeared in many journals including Carve, Flashback Fiction, Bull, Flash Frontier, and MacQueen's Quinterly. Biederman's fission and poetry has won a Publisher's Choice Award, an Editor's Choice Award, been nominated for Best of the Net, and won 3rd place in New Zealand's National Flash Fiction contest. Born in the Chihuahuan desert, raised on a stingray in Ventura, Biederman learned to write while living in a goat herder's shack during a civil war in Guatemala. He lives on a houseboat with his wife and salty cat and walks the planks daily.
Author City: OAKLAND, CA USA