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Elder poetry collection newly available

August 15, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
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Karl Elder's "Phobophobia," published in 1987 in collaboration with Prickly Pear Press as a special issue of his magazine, "Seems," has been re-released by the global publishing house Cyberwit of India.

"For years I have bemoaned the fact that 'Phobophobia,' considered by some readers the most inventive of my 10 collections of poems, has been out of print," Elder said. "Then, early this summer, from halfway around the world—as if in words too good to be true—arrived an invitation to submit a manuscript. With current projects incomplete, I suggested the publisher take a look at the 1987 book, and—voilà!—here it is in print again."

"Photophobia" is available online at

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