In Joseph Campana's debut collection, starring Audrey Hepburn, icons of public consumption speak in the language of private devotion.
Encourage emulation. Inspire idolatry. Be a muse, be a nymph, be a sprite, bewitch me. Rise from obscurity. Set trends. Break habits. Make statements. Count blessings. Distribute kindnesses. Arouse devotion. Devote yourself to nobility. Ascend, ascend, ascend.
-from "How to Be a Star"
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About the Author
Joseph Campana's poems have appeared in Poetry, Colorado Review, New England Review, and elsewhere.