The Cloned Mammoth

Martin Reyto's diverse heritage is revealed in poems which, while contemporary in image and idiom, range into unfamiliar modes of vision, thought, and musicality. An unexpected array of freaks, beasts, prisoners, heroes, lovers, soldiers, fools, and other human and inhuman oddities inhabit landscapes that have been compared to paintings by Bosch and Bruegel.

Available formats: epub

Words: 6,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9780986767173
About Martin Reyto

Martin Reyto is a Canadian educator, writer, and musician. He has worked in an eclectic variety of fields, including 18 years as a technical writer and software developer, 16 years as a teacher of creative writing, computer science, and business communication, and shorter stints as a symphony musician and audiobook narrator. His poetry and short fiction have been published in literary journals, anthologies, and book-length collections.

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