Poetry. Charles Alexander, in his new collection of poetry CERTAIN SLANTS, "...gives us certain slants, various slants, oblique angles into this world, poems written with considerable grace, integrity, and a tentativeness that becomes an ethical gold standard..."—Hank Lazer. "In this oblique exploration of natural history, Charles Alexander brings us the world as an intimate game, a peaking throug hwater. He manages to make autobiography universal and the great outdoors deeply private, and all through his love of language..."—Cole Swensen.
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Charles Alexander's books include HOPEFUL BUILDINGS (Chax Press, 1990), ARC OF LIGHT/DARK MATTER (Roof Books, 1992), NEAR OR RANDOM ACTS (Singing Horse Press, 2004), CERTAIN SLANTS (Junction Press, 2007) and PUSHING WATER (Cuneiform Press, 2011), as well as nine chapbooks. He is the founder and director of Chax Press, in Tucson, Arizona, where he lives with the visual artist Cynthia Miller. Author City: Tuscon, AZ USA