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The Nameless Sight
By Alan Swallow
Although Alan Swallow’s work on behalf of other poets has tended to overshadow his work as a poet, the reputation of his poems has been upon the ascendancy. This volume, a “selected” one, runs the gamut of Swallow’s themes. John Holmes reviewed in The New York Times, speaking of “love and compassion warming the face of the carving.”The volume was published in a beautiful limited edition by Carroll Coleman’s The Prairie Press.