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"In his second collection of poetry, The Dark Between Stars, [Atticus] turns his attention to the dualities of our lived experiences--the inescapable connections between our highest highs and lowest lows. He captures the infectious energy of starting a relationship, the tumultuous realities of commitment, and the agonizing nostalgia of being alone again. While grappling with the question of how to live with purpose and find meaning in the journey, these poems offer both honest explorations of loneliness and our search for connection, as well as light-hearted, humorous observations. As Atticus writes poignantly about dancing, Paris, jazz clubs, sunsets, sharing a bottle of wine on the river, rainy days, creating, and destroying, he illustrates that we need moments of both beauty and pain--the darkness and the stars--to fully appreciate all that life and love have to offer"--Provided by publisher.
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  • ISBN: 9781982104863
  • ISBN: 1982104864
  • ISBN: 9781982104870
  • ISBN: 1982104872
  • Physical Description: 222 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First Atria Books editon.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Atria Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc., 2018.

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"In his second collection of poetry, The Dark Between Stars, [Atticus] turns his attention to the dualities of our lived experiences--the inescapable connections between our highest highs and lowest lows. He captures the infectious energy of starting a relationship, the tumultuous realities of commitment, and the agonizing nostalgia of being alone again. While grappling with the question of how to live with purpose and find meaning in the journey, these poems offer both honest explorations of loneliness and our search for connection, as well as light-hearted, humorous observations. As Atticus writes poignantly about dancing, Paris, jazz clubs, sunsets, sharing a bottle of wine on the river, rainy days, creating, and destroying, he illustrates that we need moments of both beauty and pain--the darkness and the stars--to fully appreciate all that life and love have to offer"--Provided by publisher.
Subject: American poetry > 21st century.
American poetry.
POETRY / General.
American poetry > 21st century.

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