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Take to the Highway: Milligan's New Poems Dazzle, Arabesques for Travelers

"There are circles you remember and circles you forget," begins a prose poem in Bryce Milligan's extraordinary new collection, Take to the Highway: Arabesques for Travelers (West End Press), setting out "patterns beneath patterns" in a lyrical tour de force across interior and exterior landscapes. Interlacing short poems, "winding through the hills / an old and cherished habit," with movin
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