The Red Bowl: A Fable in Poems

The Red Bowl: A Fable in Poems

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What does Diablo do after he becomes a telephone phone in the desert? Why is the smallest of the tarantulas frozen to the boulders after midnight, while the other spiders play baseball with the old man Jose? Who loved Scarletta better than angels? The Red Bowl is an archetypal fable in first person poems that will take you on a surreal and beautiful journey through the dark valleys and harrowing beauty of the taboo aspects of human desires--before its startling and unexpected end.

Author: Holaday Mason
Publisher: Red Hen Press
Published: 05/10/2016
Pages: 104
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.30lbs
Size: 8.80h x 5.90w x 0.50d
ISBN: 9781597097277

About the Author
Holaday Mason is the author of Towards the Forest (University of Minnesota Press, 2007), Dissolve (New River Press, 2011), Light Spilling From Its Own Cup (Inevitable Press, 1999) and Interlude (Far Star Fire Press, 2001). The Red Bowl is forthcoming from Red Hen Press in Spring 2016, and The "She" Series: A Venice Correspondence, a collaboration with Sarah Maclay, is forthcoming from What Books in Fall 2016. Her poetry has been published in several literary journals and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Co-Editor of Echo 68 and Poetry Editor of Mentalshoes.com, Holaday holds an MA in Clinical Psychology from Antioch and is a licensed psychotherapist.