Robert N. Taylor
Remnants of a Season: The Collected Poems of Robert N. Taylor
Edited by Joshua Buckley and Michael Moynihan
175 pages; with five illustrations by R.N. Taylor and a frontispiece photographic portrait of the author; indexed. Printed in Canada.
The poetry in this volume is divided into five sections: Epic Poems / A Gothic Trilogy / Lyric Ballads / Other Poems / Haiku.
This book is available from Ultra for $45 postpaid in the USA.
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Palm of the Hand Poems (The Red Salon, Oct. 2017)
Paperback; 230 pages. $20.
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Palm of the Hand Poems contains a selection of two-hundred of Taylor’s best haiku and tercet poems. The subject encompasses seasons in general: the solar seasons as well as the seasons of the soul. This would make a great gift book. Illustrations by K. K. Taylor.
The Lyrical Ballads of R. N. Taylor (2011), currently out of print as a chapbook set, has been superseded by The Stranger in the Mirror and Other Ballads (2015).
Gothic Trilogy in chapbook form has been superseded by the perfect-bound Gothic Trilogy (2015).
Taylor’s six-chapbook collection of poems of love and eros has been superseded by Milliad: Post-Millennial Poems of Love, Eros, and Lament
To our friends who love the charm of the hand-made chapbooks, fret not. We’ll get back around to printing at some (hopefully near) point up the timeline.