Would you like a Signed Copy of Mark Strand’s New Book?

Would you like a Signed Copy of Mark Strand’s New Book?

by THEthe Poetry Blog Editors on March 26, 2011

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in Poems of the Week,Poetry and Poetics,TheThe Poetry Blog

If you haven’t heard yet, Mark Strand has released a new book with Monk Books called Mystery and Solitude in Topeka.

In honor of this beautiful new book, THEthe will be giving away a signed copy of this limited edition chapbook. All you have to do to “enter” the drawing for this book is make a comment on any THEthe post (past, present, or future). Each comment is an entry to win, so feel free to go crazy (we like your comments anyhow!). Please observe the commenting guidelines; no spam or blatantly vapid comments, please.

Please sign in with some form of contact information (via Facebook, Twitter, etc.) so that we can contact you if your name is drawn.

  • http://twitter.com/mouzaia alejandro mendez

    Beautiful. I want this book.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KEH4CXVIMR2H237EZ6YP3IH4ZM Larry O. Milieu


  • http://paulsiegell.blogspot.com/ paul siegell

    yes, yes, please yes!

  • http://twitter.com/thethepoetry THE THE Poetry!

    We should clarify. You can comment on ANY post at THEthe, past, present, or future. Each comment is another entry to win.

    We just updated the post to make this clear.

    Happy Commenting!

  • John James

    Already have one. :)

  • http://www.thethepoetry.com Stewart Kahn Lundy

    Woot! Free stuff!

  • Sarah Sarai

    I offer a free reading of my blog posting, Mark Strand (Reminds Me of Anwar Sadat).
    I have always run on a pro-Mark Strand platform.

  • Melinda Tennison

    I am what is m ssing.

  • Veronica Collins

    Very cool.

  • Kelle Groom

    So beautiful.

  • Kelle Groom

    So beautiful.

  • amy

    Count me in–definitely a fan of Mark Strand’s work.

  • amy

    Count me in–definitely a fan of Mark Strand.

  • http://twitter.com/ericzieg Eric Ziegenhagen

    Would love it on my shelf alongside Seidel’s Evening Man chapbook. Really interested in how these late-career poets still choose to do these limited editions. Either way, would love to read the poems inside.

  • http://twitter.com/ChrisKondrich Christopher Kondrich

    Such incredible news. “I’m thinking of Strand.”

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