Poetry. After the last toast, when the din of the wedding bells has died and the photo albums have slumped into the closet, the stark truths become exposed. In AFTER THE HONEYMOON, Nathan Graziano takes a sober and often humorous look at the joys and malaise of marriage and parenthood, our demons and addictions, and the demise of youth in American culture. Following Teaching Metaphors, his critically praised poetic portrait of public schools, AFTER THE HONEYMOON is Graziano's most diverse and ambitious collection to date.
Nathan Graziano lives in Manchester, New Hampshire, with his wife and two children. He is the author of two collections of poetry, Teaching Metaphors (sunnyoutside, 2007) and Not So Profound (Green Bean Press, 2003), as well as Frostbite (Green Bean Press, 2002), a collection of short fiction, and several chapbooks. Author City: MANCHESTER, NH USA