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DIY Poetry Publishing Cooperative

July 28, 2006

Koo Press on Whole Milk by Jim Goar

The poems are written in prose paragraphs and what I hear includes elements of Russell Edson, early James Tate via The Oblivion Ha-Ha and various elements of the traditional fairy tale. Goar takes the reader through a landscape not too different from one captured in a Tim Burton film [ . . . ] It is the playful, strange, and sometimes comical imagery that makes Whole Milk so enjoyable." --Noah Falck

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& yes, Whole Milk is indeed one of the chapbooks you can get on the cheap at the aforementioned Effing sale.

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