Autobiomythography & Gallery by Joe Pan

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“Best First Book of the Year” Coldfront Magazine
Shortlisted for the Yale Younger Poets’ Prize, the National Poetry Series, & the Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets

Autobiomythography & Gallery
by Joe Pan

102 pages
ISBN 13: 9781936767052

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Autobiomythography & Gallery is the best new book of poetry read by this reviewer this year. It is incredibly strong

Matt Soucy, reviewing for Coldfront

[“Gallery”] is particularly impressive.

Don DeLillo

This stunning debut explores and collides the dual experiences of self and world in a language and music superbly calibrated. There is an authority of voice and a sweep of experience that graces each of these beautifully made poems.

Stuart Dischell

I am especially moved by the series entitled “Memory of the Body,” finding in each a living portrait of one cognizant and honest in the minutes of his life.

Claudia Keelan

Inventive and eclectic, Pan’s poems home in on the order in the chaos.

J. C. Hallman

“Ode to the MQ-9 Reaper,” a poem about drones, in The New York Times

Interview with The Wall Street Journal
Interview with Boxcar Poetry Review
Interview with The Best American Poetry Blog
Interview with Poetry Society of America

Review from Coldfront

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Joe Pan’s debut collection of poetry, Autobiomythography & Gallery, was named Best First Book of the Year by Coldfront Magazine. His poem “Ode to the MQ-9 Reaper,” a piece about drones, recently made the front page of The New York Times. He grew up along the Space Coast of Florida, attended the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, & serves as the poetry editor for the art magazine Hyperallergic. Recent poetry has appeared in such journals as Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, Epiphany, & H_ngm_n, his fiction in Glimmer Train & Cimarron Review, & his nonfiction in The New York Times. Joe is the founder & publisher of Brooklyn Arts Press, an independent house that publishes poetry, fiction, academic books, & art monographs.

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