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In free verse, prose poem, and micro-fiction formats, Pink X-Ray explores the interior lives of a variety of characters— from precariously balanced war veterans and jilted lovers, to disaffected police detectives and widowed husbands—each of whom find themselves navigating the often surreal terrain of everyday existence.

In pieces ranging from “Safety Dancing for the Recovering Arsonist,” to “Ken Plans a Trip to Toys R Us” and from “Honey Gets Her Wish” to “Abandoned House,” Pink X-Ray traverses the themes of loyalty/betrayal, emotional connection/alienation, vulnerability/resilience, and love/desire.

As the poet Howie Good writes, the poetry and fiction contained in Pink X-Ray, “remind us that good literature is not only something to read, but also something to experience.”

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