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© 2016 William Frank | Tuckford Bunny Press |  Selden, NY  |  Except as permitted under the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publication or website may be reproduced, distributed or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the author.
A     lyrical,     book-length     poem about   imagination,   beauty   and loneliness       as       told       by       a concubine   in   a   Palace   of   snow and ice.  (45 pages)

   Fiasco Galante (2014)

A   book   of   poetry   that   sings the   high   and   low   of   life   with equal     cecity.     Beauty     and ugliness,   joy   and   sorrow   all met      with      gratitude      and delight.   (89 pages)
Behold   my   current   oeuvre.   I   think you’ll   find   these   books   to   be   lyrical,   questionable   and   almost   entirely non-mutagenic!   For   those   with   sensitive   livers,   however,   please   read   these   books   upside-down.   Click the   Book   Covers   or   the   More   Info   links   under   each   book   to   see   sample   poems   and   feel   free   to   contact me with any questions or comments, I’d love to hear from you!

Amazon Review

"This    is    an    astonishing    piece    of work.        In        today's        mumbling, dumbed-down    world    an    author that        actually        has        competent command        of        the        language! Amazing...   [The   Morphine   Fawn   is the]   First   book   I   have   sampled   in   a very    long    time    that    is    worth    the price. Bravo!" —      Peter   F   Walsh,   Amazon   Review, 5 Stars

 The Purgatory Elm (2018)   

Goodreads Giveaway Review

It   only   took   me   a   couple   of   poems   to   feel   the flow     and     pattern     of     the     Fiasco     Galante's genius.   You   truly   get   a   sense   of   his   bond   with literature    in    the    beauty    of    his    writing.    His poems   stretch   the   mind   of   the   reader;   many   a time    I    learned    a    new    word    or    phrase.    His rhyming   schemes   are   clever   and   fast-paced and      definitely      humorous.      I      thoroughly enjoyed    "I    Would    Be    Lovely    Then    a    Quick Reply,"   which    I    found    quite    facetious    and    a nice   surprise   amidst   the   rest   of   the   poems. [He}    surely    has    his    unique    style    and    is    not afraid of showing it off.                                                                ~Tatiana
The Encolpia

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Poetry Books

The Morphine Fawn
"As   we   look   to   faith   and   our   thoughts, what    comes    out    may    be    beauty.   The Encolpia   is   a   collection   of   poetry   from William    Frank    as    he    explores    poetic tradition   by   bending   and   warping   it   in his    own    way    to    create    an    original message.   The   Encolpia   is   poetry   worth thinking   about,   recommended."   ~   Carl Logan

Midwest Book Review

Yuneko
For   those   of   us   lucky   enough to     go     to     Purgatory,     where human    nature    is    elemental, unbridled       and       grotesque, here's   the   book   of   the   unlucky ones   who   happen   to   be   with us.  (340 pages)
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Yuneko  (2015)

The Encolpia (2011)

A    spiritual    sonnet    sequence that    hews    to    the    maggot,    or the      eccentric      idea,      of      a meditation   beset   on   all   sides.     (66 pages)       

The Morphine Fawn  (2009)

Set   during   the   Anthesteria,   when the    Dead    return    and    the    wine casks    are    opened,    each    poem sings      the      life      in      festival,      a visitation     sure     to     evoke     and enthrall,   (119 pages)
Tuckford Bunny Press
© 2016 William Frank | Tuckford Bunny Press |  Selden, NY  |  Except as permitted under the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publication or website may be reproduced, distributed or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the author.
A   lyrical,   book-length   poem about    imagination,    beauty and   loneliness   as   told   by   a concubine    in    a    Palace    of snow and ice.  (45 pages)

   Fiasco Galante (2014)

A   book   of   poetry   that   sings   the   high   and   low   of   life   with equal   cecity.   Beauty   and   ugliness,   joy   and   sorrow   all   met with gratitude and delight.   (89 pages)
Behold   my   current   oeuvre.   I   think   you’ll   find   these   books to     be     lyrical,     questionable     and     almost     entirely     non- mutagenic!   For   those   with   sensitive   livers,   however,   please read   these   books   upside-down.   Click   the   Book   Covers   or the   More   Info   links   under   each   book   to   see   sample   poems and     feel     free     to     contact     me    with     any     questions     or comments, I’d love to hear from you!

Amazon Review

"This      is      an      astonishing piece    of    work.    In    today's mumbling,   dumbed-down world       an       author       that actually       has       competent command   of   the   language! Amazing...    [The    Morphine Fawn    is    the]    First    book    I have     sampled     in     a     very long   time   that   is   worth   the price. Bravo!" —      Peter   F   Walsh,   Amazon Review, 5 Stars

Goodreads Giveaway Review

It   only   took   me   a   couple   of   poems   to   feel   the   flow   and pattern   of   the   Fiasco   Galante's   genius. You   truly   get   a   sense of   his   bond   with   literature   in   the   beauty   of   his   writing.   His poems    stretch    the    mind    of    the    reader;    many    a    time    I learned   a   new   word   or   phrase.   His   rhyming   schemes   are clever      and      fast-paced      and      definitely      humorous.      I thoroughly    enjoyed    "I    Would    Be    Lovely    Then    a    Quick Reply,"   which   I   found   quite   facetious   and   a   nice   surprise amidst   the   rest   of   the   poems.   [He}   surely   has   his   unique style and is not afraid of showing it off.                                                                ~Tatiana
For      those      of      us      lucky enough   to   go   to   Purgatory, where     human     nature     is elemental,     unbridled     and grotesque,    here's    the    book of    the    unlucky    ones    who happen to be with us.                   ($18.00, 340 pages)
A     spiritual     sonnet     sequence     that     hews     to     the maggot,   or   the   eccentric   idea,   of   a   meditation   beset on all sides.  ($13.00, 66 pages)      

The Encolpia (2011)

Set   during   the   Anthesteria,   when   the   Dead   return and   the   wine   casks   are   opened,   each   poem   sings the   life   in   festival,   a   visitation   sure   to   evoke   and enthrall,   ($14.00, 119 pages)

The Morphine Fawn  (2009)

 The Purgatory Elm (2018)

Yuneko  (2015)

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