A Map of the Farm Three Miles from the End of Happy Hollow Road
This chapbook investigates place and the things that memory and reflection have made of it. Poems are titled after locations specific to a farm where the speaker played as a child. It becomes a landscape of vivid details coalescing into a map of the self, an ever deepening investigation of recollection & the things we carry with us.
Ha Ha Ha Thump
“Chapter by chapter, night by night, Amorak Huey’s Ha Ha Ha Thump creates a mash up of domestic life and celebrity culture–the beautiful monotony of marriage to a super model, heroic personas professing to their beloveds, a rock star’s immortal prowess shows signs of aging. These poems are insightful and funny, but best of all they are jubilant about all our small human failings adding up to love.” — Traci Brimhall, author of Rookery and Our Lady of the Ruins
The Insomniac Circus
“Huey’s memorable characters weave a three-ring spell around us, and we are happy to buy our ticket and take our seats inside his tent of wonders, where so many full hearts dangle from silk thread, wondering if the net below will hold.” —Erin Keane, author of Death-Defying Acts and Demolition of the Promised Land