Sailing This Nameless Ship

Sailing This Nameless Ship Life s journey is fraught with twists and turns false starts and doubling backs It s a messy affair one that s not easily charted or understood Like Odysseus making his rambling way home after the

  • Title: Sailing This Nameless Ship
  • Author: Justin Evans
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  • Page: 105
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  • Life s journey is fraught with twists and turns, false starts, and doubling backs It s a messy affair, one that s not easily charted or understood Like Odysseus making his rambling way home after the Trojan War, Justin Evans navigates this zig zagging course in his Sailing this Nameless Ship Soundly lyrical yet subtly narrative, these poems find a grounded energy in a bLife s journey is fraught with twists and turns, false starts, and doubling backs It s a messy affair, one that s not easily charted or understood Like Odysseus making his rambling way home after the Trojan War, Justin Evans navigates this zig zagging course in his Sailing this Nameless Ship Soundly lyrical yet subtly narrative, these poems find a grounded energy in a bittersweet longing for home that is belied by a thrilling apprehension of what s to come Jeff Newberry, author of Brackish In Sailing This Nameless Ship, Evans explores similar terrain to Louise Gluck s Meadowlands that is, he uses the myth of Telemachus and Odysseus to tell the story of his own journey In stark language with glimpses of simple beauty, he invites the reader into both sweeping vistas and the intimate moments of his life Jeannine Hall Gailey, author of Becoming the Villainess, She Returns to the Floating World, and, Unexplained Fevers My lungs are nothing empty shells working in a foreign land, Justin Evans confesses in Sailing This Nameless Ship, the veteran poet s third and most compelling collection to date Marking a seasoned maturity in craft, vision, and voice, Evans cuts deeper and soars higher into his continuing exploration of human consciousness, unraveling how we relate to one another as family, lovers, warriors, storytellers, and friends The narratives, autobiographies, and refrains which compose this collection sing again and again that reunion is an act of dissolving entirely into the solution of the world, as The art of war is the art of biography We grow into both This book will sail straight into you, and ask to be named Brent Goodman, author of The Brother Swimming Beneath Me, and Far from Sudden Justin Evans was born and raised in Utah After graduating from high school, he joined the Army, serving in Texas, Germany, Operation Desert Storm, and in North Carolina After the Army, he continued his education at Southern Utah University, where he earned his degree in History and English Education Later, he earned a master s degree in education from the University of Nevada, Reno He currently lives in rural Nevada with his wife Becky, and their sons, where he teaches various subjects at the local high school His books include four chapbooks, most recently Friday in the Republic of Me Foothills Publishing, 2012 and the full length poetry collections, Town for the Trees Foothills Publishing, 2011 and Hobble Creek Almanac Aldrich Press, 2013 He is also the author of Dear Mr Rove 32 Letters to Karl Rove Imbecile Press, 2008.

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