We Are the Bus travels the world in 42 poems—from Hat Island in Puget Sound to Oaxaca’s zocalo to the steps of St. Peter’s Basilica. In language simple, precise, and musical, the poems revisit the complexities of growing up and moving on. We Are the Bus tells stories full of people—telescope makers and fisherman, neighbors, travelers and family, high divers and tired pilgrims, Norwegian horseshoe players and American mothers-in-law. Vivid details and surprising events give authority to the language as each poem moves from memory and observation toward clarity and song.
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Published by Texas Review Press