Highly autobiographical, rich in texture, often comic, and as spiritual as breath, the eighteen stories in John Logan: The Collected Fiction are free standing sources of fictive pleasure and illuminations of both the personality and art of the man whom Robert Bly has called "one of the five or six finest poets to emerge in the United States in the last decades."
This is a first printing of the first edition. Cloth and paperback copies have been archived at BOA Editions, Ltd. since publication and are in fine condition with minimal shelf wearing. Unread. Ideal collector's copy.
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