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Jim Harrison: Complete Poems

This immense volume will bring great pleasure to readers of James Wright and John Haines and may be the perfect lure for ardent readers of Harrison’s fiction; they will find many poems to cherish.

The Big Seven: A Faux Mystery

Maybe not Harrison at his best but not far off either. Fox News addicts and Tea Party types should avoid; this is a treat for curious and speculative mystery readers. [See Prepub Alert, 7/28/14.]

Brown Dog: Novellas

Readers new to Harrison's sagas will be happy for this full introduction. Those already familiar will find here a satisfying conclusion that leaves open the possibility for further adventures.

The River Swimmer

Harrison's fans will find this a captivating listening experience, and those unfamiliar with his writings but who enjoy well-written novellas will also be pleased with this audiobook.

The River Swimmer: Novellas

There's not a misstep in these thoughtful, beautifully crafted stories. Highly recommended.

Songs of Unreason

As in all good poetry, Harrison's lines linger to be ruminated upon a third or fourth time, with each new reading revealing more substance and raising more questions. Most readers of contemporary poetry will enjoy this work.

The Great Leader

A classic Harrison novel, complete with humorous and introspective characters. [See Prepub Alert, 4/4/11.]—Joshua Finnell, Denison Univ. Lib., Granville, OH

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