Marc McKee’s FUSE is “Really damn good”

Jay Robinson, for  for BARN OWL REVIEW, raves about Marc McKee’s poetry collection FUSE: “[W]hat I want to tell you about Marc McKee’s poems is that they balance on the exact edge between life and the cost of living, that they bounce off the not-so-padded walls of the human condition like a supernatural echo. Often elegiac, McKee voices the lines of the after hours, of the bottom of the glass, of the last drag off a Kool smoked by somebody hitching a ride out of town at 3 a.m. on a Wednesday when nobody was looking…Go buy this book.” We agree: buy it, you’ll love it.

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