Level Land

Level Land

...Poems for and about the I35 Corridor, edited by Crag Hill and Todd Fuller

Many folks think of the middle of the country as “flyover country.” Level Land: Poetry for and about the I35 Corridor, dispels this myth. Included in this expansive anthology are poems from authors of diverse backgrounds from the southern border of Laredo, Texas, up to the Canadian border in Minnesota. You will read poems from folks from all walks of life from college professors to community performers, in a variety of languages, including English, Spanish, and indigenous languages such as Kiowa, about a variety of subjects, all inspired by the cultural and geographic landscape of this unique region of America. Level Land re-defines flyover country, instead, as a creative corridor filled with the vibrancy of life.

Order from any bookstore, local or online. This title is also available from Fleur Fine Books of Galveston, Texas. 

About the Editors

Crag Hill is co-editor of Level Land and many other books. He is also a professor in the College of Education at the University of Oklahoma. His books include Dict. (Xexoxial Editions, 1982/2008), The Last Vispo Anthology (Fantagraphics, 2010) and 7 x 7 (Otoliths, 2010).

Todd Fuller is co-editor of Level Land and serves as curator of the Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma. He is the author of 60 Feet Six Inches and Other Distances from Home: The (Baseball) Life of Mose YellowHorse (Holy Cow! Press) and To the Disappearance (Mongrel Empire Press).