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Streets in Their Own Ink Streets in Their Own Ink has a gritty realism infused with a sense of the marvelous Edward Hirsch, The Washington Post In a city like that one might sailthrough life led by a runaway hat.The young scattered in whatever directionstheir wild hair pointed and, gustinginto one another, they fell in love from Windy City In his second book of poems, Stuart Dybek finds vitality in the same vibrant imagery that animates his celebrated works of fiction The poems of Streets in Their Own Ink map the internal geographies of characters who inhabit severe and often savage city streets, finding there a tension that transfigures past and present, memory and fantasy, sin and sanctity, nostalgia and the need to forget Full of music and ecstasy, they consecrate a shadowed, alternate city of dreams and retrospection that parallels a modern city of hard realities Ever present is Dybek s signature talent for translating extreme and fantastic events into a fabulous dailiness, as though the extraordinary were everywhere around us if only someone would tell us where to look Geoffrey Wolff. Free Download Streets in Their Own Ink [ author ] Stuart Dybek [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. This reading of Dybek s poetry comes as a bit of late research on my part The first section of this collection hit home for me It seems that we both grew up in a primarily Polish Catholic neighborhood Many things that Dybek writes about, I experienced from the red brick streets to the biker bar where I used to deliver the newspaper It was an immigrant part of town and many of the grandparents did not speak English or very limited English The poems captured a bit of lost youth Ginny s Ba This reading of Dybek s poetry comes as a bit of late research on my part The first section of this collection hit home for me It seems that we both grew up in a primarily Polish Catholic neighborhood Many things that Dybek writes about, I experienced from the red brick streets to the biker bar where I used to deliver the newspaper It was an immigrant part of town and many of the grandparents did not speak English or very limited English The poems captured a bit of lost youth Ginny s Basement is much like many friends basements an indoor teenage hideaway cave where parent s seemed to respect your space Fish Camp and the catching of bul...

  2. Some of these poems do feel like short story rehearsals, but I guess I don t care I love Dybek He paints pictures better than Edward Hopper His language is gorgeous and surreal His characters are both left behind and transported to ahopeful future They sail through ...

  3. I could live in his poems.

  4. The poems in Streets In Their Own Ink seem like clear relatives of The Coast of Chicago Dybek roots us in the concrete the city and then takes us another layer deeper, dissecting and reassembling it all Dyb...

  5. Makes you want to write, to notice better The poems are about abstract notions love, memory, childhood, ethnicity, family, religion, but via tangible scenes, objects bouncing pearl beads, basement disrobings, hubcap mirrors, novena incense Wonderful Now for one of the novels

  6. someone sweet and smart gave me this book, inscribed with a little poetic message just for me shucks , so my thoughts on it are closely tied in with that memory rather than the poems themselves But I like it.

  7. This was one of the 2006 RUSA Notable Books winners For the complete list, go to

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  9. Some real grittiness in these poems, wonderful street tales, but the technique and skill here is impeccable.

  10. that s some real fine poems chicago style you know