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Transom by Rick Mullin

Transom by Rick Mullin

Rick Mullin’s Transom is a poet’s Odyssey through the year 2016 set primarily in the financial district of Manhattan. The poems are written in a 15-line sonnet variant of Mullin’s device, a form called the Third Sancerre. With views of the city from the docks at Hoboken’s Lackawanna Terminal, from the top deck of the Ferry Stevens, and from the city’s oldest streets–there are a few excursions to such places as Lake Charles, LA; Ithaca, NY; Cape May, NJ; and Cologne,Germany–Transom logs the portents, “public and personal,” of a transitional year.

Stignatz & The User of Vicenza by Rick Mullin

Stignatz & The User of Vicenza by Rick Mullin

In Stignatz & the User of Vicenza, Rick Mullin displays his effortless formal mastery in poems that range from amorous meditation to tender cynicism and an illuminating openness before pop culture and high art. —Ned Balbo

Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle by Rick Mullin

Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle by Rick Mullin

Darwin journeys on the Beagle, and Rick Mullin’s poetry, beautifully voicing its subject’s inner being, takes us along with him. The sonnet is a wonderful form, just right for this world-in-formation in the mind of a young naturalist. —Roald Hoffmann

Coelacanth by Rick Mullin

Coelacanth by Rick Mullin

“ . . . we are comforted by Mullin’s poems, which share with the famous living-fossil fish of the book’s title the power to inspire wonder in things long since thought to have disappeared from the earth.” —Ernest Hilbert

Soutine by Rick Mullin

Soutine by Rick Mullin

“More than a meditation on art and ambition, Soutine celebrates both painting and poetry, while lamenting the limits on our lives. Mullin uses words with such color and plasticity, such concern for the joys and failures of the flesh, that his poem feels like a world remade– . . .”  —David Mason

Transom by Rick Mullin

Rick Mullin’s latest book of poems, Transom is reviewed by Benjamin Schmitt

Rick Mullin author of Soutine, Coelacanth, Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle, and Stignatz and the User of Vicenza, has his latest book of poems, Transom reviewed by Benjamin Schmitt in the online journal At

Transom by Rick Mullin

Review by Dennis Daly of Rick Mullin’s new book of poetry, Transom

Transom, a new book of poetry by Rick Mullin (Soutine, Coelacanth, Sonnets from the Voyage, of the Beagle, and Stignatz and the User of Vicenza) is reviewed by Dennis Daly (Night Walking with Nathaniel –

Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle by Rick Mullin

Dennis Daly reviews Rick Mullin’s Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle

Dennis Daly (Night Walking With Nathaniel) reviews Rick Mullin’s Sonnets From The Voyage of the Beagle in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene.

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R. Nemo Hill and Rick Mullin are reviewed in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of the journal Angle

R. Nemo Hill (When Men Bow Down), and Rick Mullin (Coelacanth) are reviewed in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of the journal Angle.

Soutine by Rick Mullin

Rick Mullin’s Soutine reviewed by Doug Holder in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

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