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| Perfectbound | 74 pg
First edition: March 2019
• DESCRIPTION •
With the kiss of a knuckleballer and a heart of gravy, Nate Logan’s full-length poetry debut is sweet to its friends and squinting at the clouds.
Ready to feel any which way besides a haunted lumberyard, beelining toward the finger sandwiches of Midwestern self-reflection. The sky needs a good lint-rolling. On the ostrich festival gates is a note that reads: I’M SORRY.
• BIO •
Nate Logan was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is the author of four chapbooks, including Post-Reel (Locofo Chaps, 2017). His poems have appeared in a variety of journals, including BOAAT, elimae, Event (Canada), Forklift, Ohio, No Tell Motel, and Ninth Letter among others. He’s editor and publisher of Spooky Girlfriend Press.
• EXCERPTS •
"You Won't Be Seeing Me Again" in 90s Meg Ryan
"Slot Machine" in Dream Pop
"We're an American Band" in Spiderweb Salon
• BLURBS •
“Nate Logan’s poems are like mushrooms sprouting from a gigantic fungus of collective isolation humming beneath the earth. Snared in moments of sublime language and insight, they crescendo dependably—heroically, even!—to tender deafening weirdnesses.”
— Jennifer L. Knox
“Nate Logan’s poems in Inside the Golden Days of Missing You are wild with imaginative leaps, full of eclectic references, and brimming with a quick, deadpan wit. In short, they kick ass.”
— Peter Davis
“Nate Logan’s poems hover inside a nostalgia for nostalgia, a place where disaster shimmers always on the edges, gorgeous and funny and for sure coming for you.”
— Lauren Ireland
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