Bartok in Winter, Paul Ilechko

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Bartok in Winter, Paul Ilechko

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One verse from a poem in this book describes what real poetry is “Intermittent electricity./Signals from a place in mind,/outside of time./Alone, but not lonely./Carefree, but not without care.” begins to describe the poems in this book. Just begins. The poems themselves always dance away from a definition that absolutely pins them down. - Joe Green

Paul Ilechko was born and raised in the UK. He moved to the USA in 1984, initially to New York City and later to New Jersey. His work has appeared in a variety of journals, including Stickman Review, Into the Void, Dime Show Review, and Saint Katherine Review. Paul lives in Lambertville, NJ, on the banks of the Delaware River.

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