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        StatementOhio University Press
        PublishersOhio University Press
        LC Classifications2012
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        Paginationxvi, 119 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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To cap off and hammer home its intense focus on family as well as connecting family to placea large handful of the poems end with a note signifying their being in memory of one person or another.

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See Our Current and Completed Projects• There is substantiability in these reflections. It is an eminently Gravel and hawk collection, rooted in a distinctly American place and united by a poetic voice that is honest, sophisticated, and persuasive. The pair regularly go on gravel rides together or support one another on rides when needed. See Our Current and Completed Projects• The subjects are rudimentary; the emotions are gravitational fields of honesty.

Because of the surprisingly large number of these types of poems, the book itself becomes a kind of memorial, a tombstone, a prayer. " --Robert Morgan, author of "Terroir" and "Gap Creek" "In his new book, Norwood writes vividly and with concrete, true detail about lives forged here in East Texas. Gravel and Hawk dwells on the physical and cultural landscapes of the Texarkana border region, an area of stark natural beauty and even starker manifestations of its human habitation: oil derricks and pump jacks, logging trucks, chicken houses, come-to-Jesus billboards, and greasy catfish joints, a patchwork of dying farm towns and ragtag municipalities laced together by county roads, state highways, and that treacherous, rust-hued slurry known as the Red River.

More: The sea of riders who remained on shore parted and on the arm of her father, Jurik proceeded down the sidewalk, taking her place opposite the groom in front of the gazebo. His poems have appeared widely in such journals as Western Humanities Review, Southwest Review, Paris Review, Wallace Stevens Journal, and others.

Nick Norwood’s Gravel and Hawk

See Our Current and Completed Projects• This is the marvel of poetry, and Norwood achieves it with grace and intelligence. A wholly satisfying reading experience, anchoring the reader, and the experience of a collective memory, firmly to the ground. Kelly Cherry, author of "The Retreats of Thought: Poems" " Even if you never cared for rural, or you grew up in a city, Gravel and Hawk will change you. See Our Current and Completed Projects•