Sandy McIntosh

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Cemetery Chess: Selected and New Poems

Sandy McIntosh

 

Publisher: Marsh Hawk Press

PubDate: 9/1/2012

ISBN: 9780984635368

Binding: PAPERBACK

Price: $15.00

pages: 232

 

Poetry. "It really is gorgeous writing.... So much of it is just wonderfully lyrical and funny and moving. What a crazy/delicious world McIntosh invents."—Lanford Wilson, winner of the Pulitzer Prize

 

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Ernesta, in the Style of the Flamenco

Sandy McIntosh

Publisher: Marsh Hawk Press

PubDate: 1/2/2010

ISBN: 9780984117710

Binding: PAPERBACK

Price: $15.95

Pages: 154

 

"ERNESTA, IN THE STYLE OF THE FLAMENCO, Sandy McIntosh's latest volume, bursts with brilliance and sizzles with sass. McIntosh's new poems are audacious, ravishing, syntactic marvels, clowning-around oddballs. The energy and wit in this book will make you want to whip out your fan, put on your non-skid sole shoes, and dance"—Denise Duhamel.

 

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237 More Reasons to Have Sex

Denise Duhamel and Sandy McIntosh

Publisher: Otoliths

PubDate: 2/14/2009

ISBN: 9780980602500

Binding: PAPERBACK

Price: $10.95

Pages: 36

 

"Originally, I thought that we exhaustively compiled the list, but now I found that there should be some added..." wrote Cindy Meston, co-author of "Why Humans Have Sex," in the Archives of Sexual Behavior (Volume 36, Number 4, August 2007). Denise Duhamel and Sandy McIntosh have done just that in this delightful compendium that adds 237 more reasons. It's an exhaustive list, but it still doesn't exhaust all the possibilities. So be warned, you'll want to find some more.

 

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Forty-nine Guaranteed Ways to Escape Death

Sandy McIntosh

Publisher: Marsh Hawk Press

PubDate: 1/1/2007

ISBN: 9780979241611

Binding: PAPERBACK

Price: $15.00

Pages: 83

 

"McIntosh spins a tantalizing web of tales-unlikely encounters with the famous; musical instruments invented not to be easily played, but rather to be beautiful objects themselves; and mega-lists, one of which is the sublime title poem. Constantly inventive, his poems are meta in their metamorphosis-one prose poem even becomes a review of his last book. He mythologizes terrorist threats and re-imagines Superman, zooming into Metropolis to scoop up Poetry and save it from the villains, Boredom and Pretense"-Denise Duhamel.

 

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