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Trey Sager: Dear Failures
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Poetry | $10 ($8 direct from UDP)
Hand-bound. 28 pp, 8.25 x 6.75 in.
Publication Date: July 29, 2011


Cover drawing by Jasper Carlson.

These epistolary poems, addressed to Sager's "failed" writing projects, detail the restless mind of a writer whose moments of doubt about the usefulness of his art lead to broader questions based in autobiography, theory, and other fictions.


06.11.14 | Trey Sager’s Dear Failures reviewed in The Volta Blog

07.26.13 | Trey Sager interviewed by Anna Moschovakis at BOMBLOG

06.15.12 | Rain Taxi Reviews: Dear Failures

05.29.12 | Where We Expect to See You Soon and Dear Failures reviewed at Rain Taxi

10.31.11 | Dear Failures by Trey Sager is reviewed in HTMLGIANT

Trey Sager

Trey Sager is a writer living in New York City. He is the author of two chapbooks from UDP: O New York and Dear Failures. His most recent book is Fires of Siberia (Badlands Unlimited), an e-book romance novel loosely inspired by Tea Party champion Michele Bachmann. His writing has appeared in Bomb, Boston Review, The Canary, Counterpunch, Court Green, The Poker and other places. He is a fiction editor at Fence magazine.