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Sean Howard: Modern Moments

Sean Howard: Modern Moments

modern moments (main-à-dieu, nova scotia)   sun & cloud (reproduction)   bright band, slow mov- ing, copy- ing the   sea   nest (goodyear)   rock- weed, dulse & sorrel, moss a- round the   tire   night journey (disconnect)   shoot- ing star, far cry, jet st- reams in the   bay

Poems by Sean Howard

Poems by Sean Howard

shadowgraph 1: imagining the earth (poetry detected in hendrik lorentz’s nobel physics lecture, 1902) the present day? ‘in the mind’s case…’ the programmed air. the outshone sun. end- less study: the room’s must… the corresponding silence. science investigating its own circumstances? the magnetic can. (men raising triplets.) light grain, beam splitting. search narrowing: ether in mind. language succeeding who? math: talk cut short. (rapid typing…) liquid bodies. the X-rayed page? scientific method: nature bound to say. (‘the enlightenmentTM axiomatic…’) small…

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New Poetry From Canada

New Poetry From Canada

I want to draw your attention to new poems by Sean Howard. He’s a noted poet and professor from Nova Scotia, and employs something of the “found object” method to literature, gleaning poetry from such seemingly unpoetic sources as scientific treatises and library card files. We hope to publish more of his work in the coming months.   *     *     *     *    * Having been busy with many other things, I have not yet finished The Apprentice Mage, by R.F….

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