Download City of Regret fb2

by Andrew Kozma
Download City of Regret fb2
Poetry
  • Author:
    Andrew Kozma
  • ISBN:
    097861271X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0978612719
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Zone 3 Press (October 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    74 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Poetry
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Andrew Kozma's fiction has been published in Albedo One, Interzone, Fantasy . His poems have appeared in Blackbird, Subtropics, Copper Nickel, and Best American Poetry 2015, and his book of poems, City of Regret (Zone 3 Press, 2007), won the Zone 3 First Book Award

Andrew Kozma's fiction has been published in Albedo One, Interzone, Fantasy Scroll and Daily Science Fiction. His poems have appeared in Blackbird, Subtropics, Copper Nickel, and Best American Poetry 2015, and his book of poems, City of Regret (Zone 3 Press, 2007), won the Zone 3 First Book Award. He has been the recipient of a Jentel Residency, a Houston Arts Alliance Fellowship, a Walter E. Dakin Fellowship, and a D. H. Lawrence Fellowship.

Andrew Kozma received his . from the University of Florida and his P. His first book of poems, City of Regret, won the Zone 3 First Book Award and was released in September of 2007. in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Houston.

In Andrew Kozma's poems, the world is intriguingly askew: The desert sky opens like the mouth of a dying fish. Cafes undress, walls merge with air, and rooms speak, sometimes even returning one's gaze, projecting strange images that will shadow you like portraits whose eyes follow you around the room and even into the street. Kozma is at his best evoking those Poetry. In Andrew Kozma's poems, the world is intriguingly askew: The desert sky opens like the mouth of a dying fish.

In Andrew Kozma's poems, the world is intriguingly askew: & desert sky opens like the mouth of a dying fish

Andrew Kozma’s fiction has been published in Albedo One, Drabblecast, Interzone and Daily Science Fiction. His book of poems, City of Regret (Zone 3 Press, 2007), won the Zone 3 First Book Award.

Andrew Kozma’s fiction has been published in Albedo One, Drabblecast, Interzone and Daily Science Fiction. He currently, and for the foreseeable future, lives in Houston, Texas. Escape Pod. EP583 The Librarian, read by John Meagher.

Andrew Kozma’s fiction has been published in DIAGRAM, The Cupboard, Fantasy Scroll, and Daily Science Fiction. First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader.

His first book of poems, City of Regret, was chosen by Richard Jackson for the Zone 3 First Book Award and was released in 2007.

Andrew Kozma’s fiction has been published in Drabblecast, Albedo One, Fantasy Scroll, and Daily Science Fiction. His previous collection of short fiction is The Year of the Stolen Bicycle Tire and Other Stories.

Andrew Kozma is raising funds for The Postcard Story on Kickstarter! . Postcards for you and two of your friends + a copy of CITY OF REGRET (Zone 3 Press, 2007), Andrew's very own book of poetry that he wrote by himself with no help from anyone whatsoever.

Postcards for you and two of your friends + a copy of CITY OF REGRET (Zone 3 Press, 2007), Andrew's very own book of poetry that he wrote by himself with no help from anyone whatsoever. Except all the teachers he's ever had, all the books he's ever read, and the other poets who've helped him along the way. Other than that, though, his book is a complete non-collaboration. Estimated delivery Oct 2012.

Poetry. "In Andrew Kozma's poems, the world is intriguingly askew: `The desert sky opens like the mouth of a dying fish.' Cafes undress, walls merge with air, and rooms speak, sometimes even returning one's gaze, projecting strange images that will shadow you like portraits whose eyes follow you around the room and even into the street. Kozma is at his best evoking those odd moments of disorientation when the stuff of your life transforms, seeming to submerge into a matrix of dream--`those moments air becomes solid and you stare through ice / like a man in a glacier....'"--J. Allyn Rosser.