"Farallones" by Tim VanDyke

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"Farallones" by Tim VanDyke

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Written in the voice of his father – who was kidnapped and murdered while living in Colombia – Tim VanDyke's Farallones inhabits and deconstructs the elegiac mode, rendering a Death that collides with prophetic possibility: a cosmic lyric written in blood. 27 pages. Hand-stitched. Letterpressed cover with speckletone interior.

I will get still to the worms reanimating my body
you got still and built a factory of the dead

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Tim VanDyke grew up in Colombia, South America, until civil war forced him back to the United States.  He has published Topographies Drawn with a Divine Chain of Birds (Lavender Ink, 2011).  He has also published two chapbooks: Fugue Engine (Cannibal Books, 2012) and Light on the Lion’s Face:A Reading of Baudrillard’s “Seduction” (Argotist, 2012).  His work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in The Brooklyn Rail, Typo, The Yalobousha Review, and elsewhere.