Night Moves by Stephanie Barber

Night Moves

February 12, 2013
5 x 7″ 86 pages
Paperback: $10
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Reviews and more at:
Book Club Guide
Bark
Slate Review
Coal Hill Review
Los Angeles Review
VICE
Baltimore Magazine
Other People Podcast (audio interview starts at 1:12:30)
The Nervous Breakdown
Baltimore Sun
Murder Your Darlings
City Paper
HTMLGiant
Baltimore Fishbowl
Saint-Lucy

Read an Excerpt at
poetrygenius

Here comes everybody, and they’ve sure got a lot to say about Bob Seger’s 1976 song “Night Moves.” Lifted whole from YouTube user comments, this book unfurls like a readymade litany of misspelled youth.
—Jeanne Liotta www.jeanneliotta.com

This is a sad and powerful book of love poems. Stephanie Barber understands how things are supposed to work and recognizes that they are broken, and Night Moves is a screenshot for the help desk in the sky. It’s a conceptual ode to Internet philosophy, solidifying the transient nature of online conversation.
—Kenneth Goldsmith @kg_ubu

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