Brooklyn August

Brooklyn August is a poem by Stephen King that first appeared in 1971 in Io magazine and was later collected in King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes in 1993.wikipedia
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It also pairs with another story in that collection, "Head Down."
It also pairs with another work in that collection, Brooklyn August.

Nightmares & Dreamscapes

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Brooklyn August is a poem by Stephen King that first appeared in 1971 in Io magazine and was later collected in King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes in 1993.

Stephen King short fiction bibliography

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Los Angeles Dodgers

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The poem is reflective in tone, a nostalgic look back at what many consider to be the glory days of baseball as America's national pastime, focusing on the heyday of the Los Angeles Dodgers in their days as the Brooklyn Dodgers under the management of Walter Alston.

Walter Alston

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The poem is reflective in tone, a nostalgic look back at what many consider to be the glory days of baseball as America's national pastime, focusing on the heyday of the Los Angeles Dodgers in their days as the Brooklyn Dodgers under the management of Walter Alston.

Ebbets Field

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The poems title reflects the tone of the poem, as it describes the team's 1956 heyday at their Ebbets Field ground, now long since demolished.

North Atlantic Books

Io
Io is credited with publishing early works by Stephen King (his poem, "Brooklyn August," was featured in Io Issue #10 ), Jayne Anne Phillips, poets Robert Duncan, Charles Olson, Ed Sanders, Diane di Prima, as well as the work of writers including David Wilk, Rob Brezsny, and Phoebe Gloeckner.