Published by 42 Miles Press
Forthcoming Fall 2017
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Tenderness has force, a lesson few poets ever seem to learn. Nate Pritts has it down totally. I love his loyalty to the incidental, the moments where our truest feelings reveal themselves. He takes the bewilderment that we so often feel and he turns it into a spell devised to heal us.
—DAVID RIVARD, author of Standoff
Although the images in the poems vary, light is one element that runs throughout: “Everything, it seems, is just waves of light” and “I know that the only gift we can give to someone else / is context for all this light” and “In morning light we are finally / cleansed of happening.” In fact, the final word is, literally, light. Enter these stanzas with Nate and … [b]e illuminated by Decoherence.
—KIMIKO HAHN, author of Brain Fever