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Poetry: A Poet’s Bicoastal Conjurings, From Garden State to Golden Gate

August Kleinzahler’s double poetry collection, “Before Dawn on Bluff Road” and “Hollyhocks in the Fog,” shows how grounded he is in a sense of place.
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