Moody Metaphors 

Poet Jefferson Carter offers a dark worldview in 'Get Serious'

It has been three years since Jefferson Carter published his most-recent and deeply satisfying verse collection, My Kind of Animal. The themed poems gathered in Animal speak to the idea that man, another dumb beast, redeems himself with humor. Even accepting that…

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