Monday, September 15, 2014

Keeping the Secrets by Don Thompson



Don Thompson's chapbook, Keeping the Secrets, is sort of the third part of a San Joaquin trilogy following Back Roads and Everything Barren Will Be Blessed. The central theme revolves around the pan psychic element in which the author only writes about people, it seems, as a consciousness interacting with trees, rocks, and critters, which also seem to be somehow conscious. 


About the Author:


Don Thompson has been publishing poetry since the early sixties with several books and chapbooks in this century. Back Roads won the 2008 Sunken Garden Prize.  Recent releases: Keeping an Eye on the Stones, prose poems from Kattywompus Press; Local Color, a book-length narrative poem from Aldrich Books.  An LA Times profile, "Planted in the San Joaquin," remains available online. His new website address is http://www.don-e-thompson.com.

49 pages, 36 poems

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