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   In 1992, Hanging Loose Press introduced the poetry of Sherman Alexie. His first collection, The Business of Fancydancing, was selected as a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. "Mr. Alexie's is one of the major lyric voices of our time," wrote reviewer James R. Kincaid. Since then, Alexie's poems, stories and novels have brought him many honors and an international following of readers.

   A Spokane/Coeur d'Alene Indian, now living in Seattle, Alexie covers a territory that starts with the minute details of reservation life and reaches out to encompass the world in all its variety. The Summer of Black Widows presents poetry which shows Mr. Alexie's work continues to grow in power, complexity and vision.



Sherman Alexie
The Summer of Black Widows
Poetry, 139 pages
978-1-882413-34-8 (pbk.) $18.00
978-1-882413-35-5 (cloth) $27.00

Other books by Sherman Alexie

What I've Stolen, What I've Earned One Stick Song First Indian on the Moon The Business of Fancydancing The Business of Fancydancing
The Screenplay

"Sherman Alexie's recent success as a novelist overshadows the fact that he is one of the best young poets writing in America today. . . Alexie brings a fresh approach to Native American writing. . . his poems resonate with brutal honesty and tie the reader into knots. [This book] proves Alexie is a poet first and a fiction writer second."

--Ray González, The Bloomsbury Review

"The legacy of American history is difficult. This worthy poetry makes an important contribution to coming to terms with it."

--Library Journal

". . .an impressive mosaic of emotions and subjects, deployed with wit, intelligence and haunting insights. . . Alexie's vision is Whitmanic in his all-embracing love of humanity."

--Philadelphia Inquirer

"Alexie. . .opens to us the complexity and contradiction of a contemporary multicultural identity."

--Publishers Weekly

Visit the unofficial Sherman Alexie home page and learn about Smoke Signals, the movie based on his stories. Also, check out Ghost Radio for the full text of the Dick Lourie poem "Forgiving Our Fathers," that serves as the powerful conclusion to the movie.



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