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Small Cathedrals, Poems by Naton Leslie
The elegant poems of Naton Leslie's Small Cathedrals evoke strong yearnings, for that which is elemental and greater than the self: "need, want, need."
Naton Leslie is the author of a book of narrative nonfiction, That Might Be Useful (Lyon Press, 2005), and five volumes of poetry: Their Shadows Are Dark Daughters (1998), Moving to Find Work (2000), Salvaged Maxims (2002), Egress (2004), and The Last Best Motif (2004). A collection of his short fiction, Marconi's Dream and Other Stories (2003), won the George Garrett Fiction Prize, and he is the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts. He teaches writing and literature at Siena College, in Loudonville, New York. He lives in Ballston Spa, New York, with his wife Susan and their family.
ISBN: 978-1936370269, 80 pages, $18.00