Brick Road Poetry Press

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The mission of Brick Road Poetry Press is to publish and promote poetry that entertains, amuses, edifies, and surprises a wide audience of appreciative readers.  We are not qualified to judge who deserves to be published, so we concentrate on publishing what we enjoy. Our preference is for poetry geared toward dramatizing the human experience in language rich with sensory image and metaphor, recognizing that poetry can be, at one and the same time, both familiar as the perspiration of daily labor and as outrageous as a carnival sideshow.

Possible Crocodiles by Barry Marks

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Possible Crocodiles by Barry Marks

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Paperback: 122 pages
Publisher: Brick Road Poetry Press (May 28, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0983530408
ISBN-13: 978-0983530404
Product Dimensions: 0.3 x 5.9 x 8.9 inches
Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces

 

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Possible Crocodiles, Book of the Year for 2010 (Alabama Poetry Society) is Barry Mark's debut full-length poetry book. The poems are witty, self-deprecating, and vulnerable. The collection demands your attention from the first word to the last, always hooking you along on a journey comprised of unexpected twists and meaningful rewards. Barry Marks is a Birmingham attorney whose poetry, fiction, articles and essays have been published in nearly 100 journals, magazines and periodicals over the last 30 years. Mr. Marks was 1998 Alabama State Poetry Society Poet of the Year and his chapbook, There is Nothing Oppressive as a Good Man, won the Society's 2003 Morris Chapbook Competition. A member of the Big Table Poets, his work is featured in that group's anthologies, Poems from the Big Table and Einstein at the Odeon Cafe. He is a past president of the Alabama State Poetry Society and a former Board member of the Alabama Writer's Conclave.