KILLERS IN TUTUS

Killers for UPicture

The best of the poems, photos, and meditations to appear on UPICTURE have now been collected in a book,  KILLERS IN TUTUS, available at Amazon.  Click here.  The cover photo appeared on November 2, 2012 in an essay on Fasching in Ulm, Germany.  The black and white does not do justice to the pink tutus on those guys, but I am working on a color edition that I hope to have out soon.  Below is the back cover blurb:

“How can we rescue and nourish a sense of wonder, especially if we live in chaotic and violent places like Beirut and New York City, which teach us to be skeptical?  This is the conundrum that courses beneath the poems, prose, photos, and art that William Marling composes in his seventh book.  In work that ranges from the Middle East to Middle America, from New York to Eastern Europe, Paris, and painting, Marling alerts us to the fallibility of the senses and the small victories of innocence and wonder.”

 

 

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