Red Suburb: Poems, by Hewett, Greg
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- ISBN: 9781566891295 | 1566891299
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 4/1/2002
Red Suburb portrays the neurotic beauty of a generation squeezed between the Baby Boomers and Generation X. These poems-ripe with love and wistfulness-scope the garish Kodak colors of suburbia, then twist like a kaleidoscope to reveal a distorted American Dream. Thoughtful and at times urgent, Greg Hewett writes of coming-of-age as a seer, a dreamer, a gay man, and a social iconoclast amidst the abject development of cul-de-sacs and two car garages. Marketing Plans Co-op available National author tour to include New York, Minneapolis, and San Francisco National print advertising in Poet's & Writer's, The Advocate, Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review Greg Hewett was born in Elmira, New York in 1958. His first collection of poetry, To Collect the Flesh was published by New Rivers. Hewett has lived in California, France, Japan, Denmark, and Norway, and is assistant professor of English at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota.