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“Ours is to unearth a simple joy from a much larger & complex misery.”

26 Jul

For All These Wretched, Beautiful, & Insignificant Things So Uselessly & Carelessly Destroyed…

by Hosho McCreesh

sunnyoutside press, 2008

Poetry, $10, 52 pages

Hosho McCreesh molds frustration and discomfort into a loud gong that gets struck so rarely anymore, but the way it shakes the paint off the fake pretty of the world we definitely know what we’re seeing, the sights hard to ignore even through all the noise.

Newcomings.

2 Jul

Despite some email glichery, I’ve finally gotten word that sunnyoutside and mud luscious are both on board with Vouched.

This means I’ll be able to offer Modern Love by Andrew Scott and For All These Wretched, Beautiful, & Insignificant Things So Uselessly & Carelessly Destroyed… by Hosho McCreesh, both out on sunnyoutside.

And also, We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry and when all our days are numbered marching bands will fill the streets and we will not hear them because we will be upstairs in the clouds by Sasha Fletcher.

I’m glad to finally get things going with both of these presses, as the Vouched table wouldn’t feel complete without the four of these titles.