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Albert Flynn DeSilver's Books

Beamish Boy: A Memoir
“Poignant and inspirational, comical and terrifying! From one page to the next, readers are in the hands of an author who knows how to paint a scene!”              —Kirkus  “. . .a fascinating, poetic memoir. . .”                —ForeWord Reviews "...
Legend of the Nile by Paul Klee
Letters to Early Street by Albert Flynn DeSilver is a whimsical epistolary experiment, a turning of the traditional letter onto it’s poetic ear. Originally begun as letters to a colleague, the writing soon transformed into imaginative discourse with the vagaries of a “muse,” addressing emotions, elements of landscape, and the act of writing itself. Letters to Early Street...
"Walking Teeth & Clouds--high country central Colorado 1998"
“Prose poems you won’t want to miss! The pronoun I in its word-tissue forest . . . “a book of elastic steel, an opposable piano.” Meet tea leaf man, iced-over man, and others, as the inside-outside window collapses. “I am wind in the paper.” Beautiful. “I alone as mirror to the world.”” —Alice Notley