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Poems by Miles Waggener, with Art by Amy Haney

Seamless blending of natural images, movie-reel-like scenes, love and hurt, transience. Boy-father relations move the story and create an expanding sense of what is alive. A tender and raw composition of images, sounds, and rhythms.


Amy Haney’s powerful art creates a penetrating counterpoint that taps into the unspoken messages in Waggener’s poems.


MILES WAGGENER is the author of four books of poetry, most recently Superstition Freeway, published by The Word Works. His poems have been published in many magazines and journals. He teaches at the University of Nebraska Omaha, where he directs the writing program.   

AMY HANEY was born in Omaha, Nebraska and discovered printmaking in high school. She then studied it at the Ringling College of Art and Design and the San Francisco Art Institute. She received an Art History degree from Prescott College specifically focused on the history of printmaking. Amy has taught studio classes in the Omaha metropolitan area and is currently a Lecturer at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Amy exhibits locally and nationally, has been published in Graphic Impressions a Southern Graphics Council International issue, and her work is included in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and Microsoft permanent collections.


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Sky Harbor (2011) “In this poetry, the restlessness of the culture we live in, our always changing and unstable social environment, meets the landscape of the undeniable, immanent desert in this flight of memory and vision of days to come. . . .”—Hayden’s Ferry Review (paperback, 84 pages, ISBN: 978-1-936671-01-4, $16.00).

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