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Buddha's Dogs
Buddha's Dogs
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These poems are at once tender, vulnerable, biting, heartbreaking, and hilarious. One moment you are laughing, the next moment drying your eyes. Edward Hirsch, judge of the Four Way Books Intro Prize says of Buddha's Dogs, "There's a ruthless authenticity--a deep cherishing--in Buddha's Dogs, a splendidly mature first book of poems that is filled with moments of Proustian recall, with the comedy and the anguish, the beauty and the burning of lived experience."
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These poems are at once tender, vulnerable, biting, heartbreaking, and hilarious. One moment you are laughing, the next moment drying your eyes.

Edward Hirsch, judge of the Four Way Books Intro Prize says of Buddha's Dogs, "There's a ruthless authenticity--a deep cherishing--in Buddha's Dogs, a splendidly mature first book of poems that is filled with moments of Proustian recall, with the comedy and the anguish, the beauty and the burning of lived experience."

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About Susan

Born in Long Beach, California, Susan Browne has lived most of her life in the Bay Area. Her poetry has appeared in Ploughshares, Subtropics, River City, The Mississippi Review, Gargoyle, Margie, American Life in Poetry, and other literary journals and anthologies,...

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