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🦋 Chapbook: Analogies for Time

Personal density is directly proportional to temporal bandwidth.
So: I have gone ahead and self-published a chapbook of my poetry. I am ambivalent (have been ambivalent all along) about vanity publication: but have decided that what I really want is for my work to be out there where people can read it and I don't have the time or energy needed to figure out how to get published. So here we are -- I hope friends and others get a chance to read. I think it is very readable -- pretty cerebral but not in a bad way. Not dry.

So here's the deal: the book is on Amazon for a nominal fee if you'd like to drop a Tommy J. and read it on your kindle. For that you should click on the Kindle Store; if you prefer to read on the computer or print it out (30 pp), you can download the pdf of it for free by clicking Analogies for Time.

posted afternoon of Thursday, October 10th, 2013
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Not being a poetry fan, I must say I loved the first poem. I'll be surely reading the rest of it!

posted evening of October 20th, 2013 by Jorge López

Wow! Check out this review from Meredith Sue Willis! "Osner sees the structure of things the rest of us only glance at the surface of" is a certain pull-quote for my next...

posted evening of November first, 2013 by Jeremy


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