Finalist for the 2023 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award

"Vivid and irresistible..."   - Minneapolis Star Tribune
"I Think I Know You is a wonderfully luminous collection of prose poetry… These poems travel far and yield rich insights. This is salutary, perceptive and beautiful writing."  - Paul Hetherington, Prose Poetry: An Introduction
"I Think I Know You begins with an intimate epistle and culminates in a brilliant, aching, yearning chronicle, as long and revelatory as these recent years."  - Michael Kleber-Diggs, Worldly Things
"Gard can hold opposing forces with gentle humor. I’m glad to meet a poet who can take in both the good and bad of this world and give readers beauty and hope. This is a great book."  - Sheila Packa, Surface Displacements
These prose poems speak of deep connection and tragicomic gaps in understanding, as life’s pedantic, transcendent rhythms are mined for revealing moments and messages. Elements include dialogue overheard in northern Minnesota coffee shops and at the Jersey shore, personal crashes and landings in the aftermath of the Soviet Union, and queer identity in middle age.

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