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Raymond McDaniel

Poet Raymond McDaniel

After the hurricane

From the May, 2008 issue

As anyone who has heard the hundreds of literary introductions he has given around town over the last decade would suspect, Raymond McDaniel is a poet who revels in the textures of words. Many of his poems focus on the intersection of sounds, the alliterative play of the consonants fighting against the longer, almost rhyming sounds of the vowels. Often the words

 
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