Featured Titles from Marick Press

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Ministry of,
Emergency Situations

by Todd Swift

This collection
displays an
amazing poetic breadth
bounding from popular
culture to religion to family. 
 

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No One's
Rose

by Paul Celan
translated by David Young

The more difficult the work
the more likely Young
is to find the perfect
modern colloquial and
emotional equivalents
emotional equivalents
in western prosody. 

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Mephisto's
Flea Song

by Richard Frost

Richard Frost makes it easy
for us to enter his poems,
but what happens next
is typically unexpected, sometimes
demanding, sometimes delightful,
but consistently offering his readers 
the gift of appreciative surprise. 

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  • Ministry of Emergency Situations by Todd Swift

  • No One's Rose by Paul Celan

  • Mephisto's Flea Song by Richard Frost

The Catfish   THE CATFISH

Franz Wright

 

 
Storm   STORM

Katie Ford

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The Seed Thieves THE SEED THIEVES

Robert Fanning

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Solute SOLUTE

Daniel Padilla

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Folding a River FOLDING A RIVER

Kawita Kandpal

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A Complex Bravery A COMPLEX BRAVERY

Robert Lipton

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Witness of Music WITNESS OF MUSIC

Alexander Suczek

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Father, Tell Me I Have Not Aged FATHER, TELL ME
I HAVE...

Russell Thorburn

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The Sleeping THE SLEEPING

Caroline Maun

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As When In Season   AS WHEN, IN SEASON

Jim Schley

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Sept24The Poets’ Follies Reading Series, sponsored by Marick Press and The Oakland University Writing Center, will feature the poetry of David Young, Todd Swift and Jason Storms at 6:30PM. The reading will be followed by a question and answer session.
Wednesday September 24, 2014
6:30PM, Room 212, Kresge Library at Oakland University
Rochester, MI 48309 
  
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