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Black Coat City, a new release of poetry from Miguel Jacq, explores the nature of anxiety, uncertainty and identity.

Comprised of 34 poems and two parts, this is a uniquely introspective journey through the fleeting thoughts of the individual; thoughts which bleed into the collective soul of a city of 'black coats' all grappling with identity, their strengths and their weaknesses.

No greater than a sum of their parts, society's cities endlessly battle the same demons as individuals, and must come to terms with themselves through experience and a continuous desire to self-improve.

Black Coat City is the first full-length collection of published poetry by Miguel Jacq. He lives in Melbourne, Australia.

ISBN 978-0-9875087-2-0

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Miguel Jacq
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Miguel Jacq is a French-Australian writer.

He lives in Melbourne, Australia where he runs (some say ruins) an I.T business.

His first poetry collection, titled ‘Black Coat City’, explored concepts of anxiety and identity. It was released in print and e-book in February 2013 (presumably the critical acclaim is drunk in a bar somewhere).

His work has appeared (or is to appear) online and/or in print by The Blue Hour Press, Dagda Publishing, Deep Water Literary Journal, Kind of a Hurricane Press and Vox Poetica.

He writes regularly at http://migueljacq.com

Fecha de publicación  15 de marzo de 2013

Dimensiones  De bolsillo  56 páginas   Impresión en blanco y negro (en papel no estucado crema)

Categoría  Poesía

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