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Nameless Traveler (memoir of an American poet)
by Kevin Hull   

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Memoir

Publisher:  PublishAmerica ISBN-10:  1592867731
Pages: 

199

Copyright:  Sep 1 2003

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Adventure story and spiritual autobigraphy as well as an authentic exposition of a writer's development, encompassing prison, addiction, living the life of a fugitive and mysterious encounters with poetry and grace.

I would sit in the day room in the half-lotus position, my head against the concrete wall, meditating. One day, as I settled into the focus, I was seized by the strangeness of a prisoner finding freedom under such conditions. I realized that a prisoner was merely an objective thing, a number, a fact, while a free man could not be perceived. He was, after all, a nameless traveler. 


Added to Literary Leaps and the recipient of many good reviews. Can be ordered at Amazon.com Barnesand Nobles, etc... Or through me. 
Excerpt
the mind wants to know but the syllables of the heart pour out silently



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NAMELESS TRAVELER (Memoir of an American Poet)
NAMELESS TRAVELER is a beautifully printed . . . The book opens with a quote from Rabindranath Tagore: "Man does not reveal himself in his history, he struggles up through it."

Thus the stage is set for a life story that should require a safety belt . . .
Lyrically written in fierce and determined prose . . . I highly recommend it.

Reviewed by Laura Stamps, Poet & Critic



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