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Spooky Action at a Distance

Spooky Action at a Distance, a phrase coined by Albert Einstein, seems an exact and powerful description of love between two people, the connection that impels the self to discover the joys and to embrace the pain. Levy’s poems seek to map these opposite poles and the landscape between, following the rivers of emotions that rise from the despairing sense of isolation and the exultant sense of being affined allowing the self to discover its link to all things in the world.

100 pages | 6 x 9 1/4

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Table of Contents

I • Whisper • Photograph of My Father with a Glass of Johnny Walker, 1959 • #9, Again • For My Friend Who Was Given for Adoption • Moonlight • Spooky Action at a Distance • Indian Wells Diptych • On the Subway • Such Strange Topography: The Father • Not F

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