On Sunday, a Finch by Cassandra Dallett

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On Sunday, a Finch by Cassandra Dallett

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Sharp as a razor clam, soft as the animal inside, Dallett’s emotions crystallize in this slim volume to spell out her love experience with a vengeance. 

Illustrated by Arthur Johnstone and Livien Yin 

Designed by J. K. Fowler

Publication Details

September 2015 • 5 x 7 • 30 pp.

$10 (unsigned); $12 (signed) • Trade Paper • 978-0-9966172-4-6

Published by Nomadic Press  

What people are saying:

“These poems speak of love, sex and relationships in the way they are actually lived, with all the pleasures and brutality. They are tender, bitter and, above all, unfailingly true.”

– William Taylor, Jr., author of Age of Monsters (2011) and  Blood of a Tourist (2015) 

“In poem upon poem, Cassandra Dallett pours out her cool and steaming heart in unmeasured rouds of bittersweet toasts and takes. Dallett’s voice and vision shine.”  

– Al Young, California Poet Laureate and author of Something About the Blues: An Unlikely Collection of Poetry (2008)

“Cassandra Dallett writes like a feminist self-aware Charles Bukowski. Sure there’s plenty of sex, drugs, violence, and rock ‘n’ roll, but there’s a lot of quiet “spots of time,” as Wordsworth would say, where the clearly defined and explained devolves into the philisophical, and the stereotype changes into a nuanced portrait. ... Dallett never apologizes for or shies away from her own faults, cravings, addictions, and mistakes.” 

– Christine Hamm, author of Saints & Cannibals (2010), Echo Park (2011), and A is For Absence (2014) 

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