By Jason Gray
Ten years in the making, Radiation King, the second full-length collection by poet Jason Gray, takes us to the beginning and the possible futures of the atomic world we created at the start of the twentieth century. In a time when the Cold War has heated back up, his intense lyric poems engage a past filled with Civil Defense and radioactive quack cures and a future that could bring a radioactive wasteland or limitless energy. Gray's poems explore the world from the smallest atom of hydrogen to the giant Pillars of Creation in the Eagle Nebula and find that the only thing that will save us is love for one another.
About the Author
Jason Gray is the author of Photographing Eden, winner of the 2008 Hollis Summers Prize. He has also published two chapbooks, How to Paint the Savior Dead and Adam & Eve Go to the Zoo. His poems have appeared in Poetry, The American Poetry Review, The Kenyon Review, Literary Imagination, Poetry Ireland Review, and many other places. Besides writing, he spends time taking pictures of things.
Other Titles in POETRY / American / General
Nov 2021 - University of New Orleans Press
$18.95 USD - Paperback / softback
Lyuba Yakimchuk, translated by Oksana Maksymchuk, Max Rosochinsky, Svetlana Lavochkina
Oct 2021 - Lost Horse Press
$24.00 USD - Hardback