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James Heflin reads 'Krakatoa Picnic'

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Jul 7 2017 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm


James Heflin reads from his new book of poetry, 'Krakatoa Picnic' on at 6pm on Friday, July 7th.

In the footsteps of Wallace Stevens and James Tate, James Heflin writes with intelligence, wit, and an easy relationship with the surreal. These accessible poems, from the debut collection Krakatoa Picnic, take us from a tiny hut in Argentina where orbs have fallen and arranged themselves in a number seven, through a twelve-step program and an occult’s guide to its understanding of the universe and how to reach the 33rd Degree — though there might be levels still higher, to a fish arriving unbidden on a mahogany desk, to a nighttime stroll through a village of accordionists, this Twilight Zone world manages to speak to our emotions while keeping us off balance.


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