- Publisher: Lightning Source UK Ltd (8 September 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1630450472
- ISBN-13: 978-1630450472
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 0.5 x 21.6 cm
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Fifteen Stones Paperback – Import, 8 Sep 2017
Paperback, Import, 8 Sep 2017
"Warning! You can't go on with this book without changing your room! Every line has the capacity to communicate something to you and jeopardize your settlement. Did Czury write this? Or was it Conway Twitty? Or perhaps those Sikhs playing cricket in an Italian park? In fact, you can find the author at a street corner in Valparaiso, or beside a lake near Rome, or lying on the grass in Medellin. To read means to travel and to go through something, and to replace the commodity of reality too. The world and words travel in these pages to illuminate the reader's imagination. You are forewarned."
--Juan Cameron, author of La pasion segun Dick Tracy
"Craig Czury has been on the road his entire lifetime. Czury takes the temperature of our clime while on the move, in motion, just like the great poets of yore. In Fifteen Stones, readers will discover landscapes and languages, and those who hold them dear, on the move, in migration through Czury's deeply imaginative and incandescent prose poems."
--Mark Nowak, author of Coal Mountain Elementary
"Fifteen Stones is a finely-structured sequence of nonlinear thoughts. Time is adrift in the author's fragmented search for 'a belonging.' Craig Czury is a nomad who crosses physical and metaphysical boundaries as if he were in permanent spiritual exile: Was I the same me? As was the case for Edmond Jabes, surrealism is Czury's choice to untangle daily tangible nonsense, drink coffee and write fog the clear. And with his piercing sense of humor, he brilliantly ties literary references and life experiences."
--Zingonia Zingone, author of Le tentazioni della Luce
About the Author
Craig Czury has been conducting innovative life-writing and poetry workshops in schools, shelters, prisons, psych wards, community centers, and universities for over 30 years. A native of the Wilkes-Barre area of Pennsylvania, Craig is also an editor, publisher, and tireless arts advocate. He has authored over 20 books of poetry, many of which are translated into other languages, and he has been featured in poetry festivals all over the world. Craig lives, writes, and teaches in northern Italy and in northeastern Pennsylvania. www.craigczury.com
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