About the Book:
Coyotes I Couldn't See is a limited-edition chapbook collecting short narrative and lyric poems written and published over a two-year period. Some of the included poems also appeared in public art projects and aired on public radio.
Duluth folk singer/songwriter Charlie Parr says of the book: "Brian Beatty's poems conjure complete lives — houses, yards, people, ghosts, dogs, squirrels and invisible coyotes — out of just a few stanzas. This collection reads like music, creating worlds that look like everyday life complete with the terrible uncertainty, the delicate and wavering balance, the long, long drop into the bottomless."
About the Author:
Brian Beatty’s jokes, poems and short stories have appeared in numerous print and online publications, including The Bark, The Chattahoochee Review, The Cimarron Review, Conduit, Dark Mountain (England), Dressing Room Poetry Journal, Elephant Journal, elimae, The Evergreen Review, Forklift Ohio, Glasgow Review of Books, The Good Men Project, Great Walks (Australia), Gulf Coast, Hobart, Juked, McSweeney’s, Midwestern Gothic, The Moth (Ireland), Opium, Paper Darts, Phoebe, Poetry City USA, The Quarterly, Revolver, RHINO, Sequestrum, Seventeen, The Southern Poetry Review, Sulphur River Literary Review, Sycamore Review and Urthona (New Zealand).