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Buttonhook Press 2024 Chapbook Series
Mixed Forms: Haibun

Steve Gerson

There Is a Season

An O:JA&L Writer’s Portfolio

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About the writer:
STEVE GERSON writes poetry and flash about life’s dissonance. He has published in CafeLit, Panoplyzine, Crack the Spine, Decadent Review, Vermilion, In Parentheses, Wingless Dreamer, Big Bend Literary Magazine, Coffin Bell, and more, plus his chapbooks Once Planed Straight; Viral; And the Land Dreams Darkly; and The 13th Floor: Step into Anxiety from Spartan Press.

Image: Town of Kansas by Frederick Emmanuel Shane (1906-1992). Oil on canvas. 96 x 69 inches. 1935. Public domain. On display at the Charles Evans Whittaker U.S. Courthouse in Kansas City, Missouri. Photograph courtesy of Carol M. Highsmith Archive, LOC.

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