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Publishers Weekly: In a Landscape 'will woo readers'



With “long, loose conversational lines” and a speaker "less concerned with results and technical prowess than the process of speaking (and living) itself,” John Gallaher’s In a Landscape is something of an “extended monologue,” according to a new Publishers Weekly review. The book-length poem, which has received much positive attention from the poetry world, "chronicles the questions, profundities, and crises of midlife, marriage, and fatherhood.” PW says: "Childhood stories (from the time of Gallaher’s adoption and adolescence), provide a backbone for the poem, and round out a history of adversity, uncertainty, and ever-shifting identity." "Gallaher’s charm and wit, and the project’s breadth, will woo readers." Click here to read the full Publishers Weekly review of In a Landscape. In a Landscape is now in stock at the BOA Bookstore.
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