"Wait 'Til You Have Real Problems, " the fiercely imaginative debut collection from Scott Beal, tackles gender and childhood, passion and loss, in a series of thematically linked poems that will leave readers breathless. Beal finds inspiration in everything from fairytale to fatherhood, from a girl with barbed-wire hair to the origin of chicken noodle soup--but always, ultimately, from the core of the human.
About the Author
Scott Beal's poems have appeared in "Rattle, Prairie Schooner, Indiana Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, " and other journals, and have received awards including a 2014 Pushcart Prize. He serves as writer-in-the-schools for Dzanc Books in Ann Arbor and teaches in the Sweetland Center for Writing at the University of Michigan.
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