Coriolis Effect


The Coriolis Effect (Bright Hill Press, 2007) is a chapbook of poems. It is available for purchase here and here.

“These poems are smart, well-made, and humane. In its wise enterprise, whether the poems are set in Latin America or the rural South, this collection seems much bigger than a chapbook. Michael Dowdy is the real deal.” -John Balaban, author of Locusts at the Edge of Summer: New and Selected Poems

“From the Amazon Basin to Central Park, these highly textured poems traverse the earth in a welcome combination of beauty and craft. The voice here is infused with an insight and wisdom which pulls the reader in. This is a very rich collection.” -Marcia Douglas, author of Electricity Comes to Cocoa Bottom

An interview about The Coriolis Effect appears at Speaking of Marvels, a project by the poet William Kelley Woolfitt.

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