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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:American / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:64
  • eBook ISBN:9780970619624

Trouble and Honey

by Jilly Dybka

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Overview
"Trouble and Honey is an inventive and musical romp through Jilly Dybka's fascination with weird, weird America. She effortlessly takes us from The Great Omni to Graceland to Ted Williams' frozen head. Dybka is not afraid to confront the political, and dances on the edge of a clearly imagined history with references to Vietnam, forgotten diners, circuses, and a sweet lost history. Diane Arbus would feel right at home with this collection on her bookshelf." -- Rebecca Loudon, author of Radish King and Cadaver Dogs
Description
"Trouble and Honey is an inventive and musical romp through Jilly Dybka's fascination with weird, weird America. She effortlessly takes us from The Great Omni to Graceland to Ted Williams' frozen head. Dybka is not afraid to confront the political, and dances on the edge of a clearly imagined history with references to Vietnam, forgotten diners, circuses, and a sweet lost history. Diane Arbus would feel right at home with this collection on her bookshelf." -- Rebecca Loudon, author of Radish King and Cadaver Dogs “Jilly Dybka hears the movement of our lives like a sculptor feels the force of shapes, and there is no arguing what she sees. So textured in sound are these poems, one has to agree Trouble And Honey returns language back to its rightful place as the source of our joy.” – Major Jackson, author of Leaving Saturn and Hoops
About the author
Jilly Dybka's poetry has been widely published in lit mags, both online and print. Disabled due to 2 rare diseases, Ehlers Danlos syndrome and postural tachycardia syndrome/dysautonomia, she lives in rural Tennessee with her husband (jazz musician Darryl Dybka) and their dogs, cats, and poultry. She has an M.S. in Information Sciences and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing.
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