3 edition of Tamped, but loose enough to breathe found in the catalog.
Tamped, but loose enough to breathe
|LC Classifications||PS3620.O32 T36 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2008931951|
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The poetry of Mark Todd, also an active horse rancher, poetry lives at the juncture of literature and folklore, a place of. Todd is a novelist and poet who's read and performed his work across ihe West, on the East Coast, and in Berlin, Germany. Author of two books of poetry, Wire Song, Conundrum Press,and Tamped, But Loose Enough to Breathe, Ghost Road Press, Co-author (with wife, Kym O'Connell-Todd) of The Silverville Saga Series, including Little Greed Men, All Plucked Up, and The Magicke Outhouse /5.
Author of Tamped, but loose enough to breathe, So Far, So Good, Mark Todd's Cross Country Handbook, Vielseitigkeitsreiten. Schritt für Schritt zur ersten Military, Hearts of Champions, The Silverville Swindle, Lessons from Nebraska Football, Student Organization Leadership.
"Ghost Writers" and "Tamped, But Loose Enough To Breathe" by Mark Todd reprinted from Tamped, But Loose Enough To Breathe, published by Ghost Road Press, copyright Mark Todd.
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Mark Todd, founder of Western’s Graduate Program in Creative Writing, has been a Professor of English at Western since He currently teaches in the undergraduate creative writing program, and serves as Editor-in-Chief for Western Press Books.
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