I Have Not Been Able to Get Through to Everyone by Anna Moschovakis

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“A trailblazing work.”—Lewis Warsh
“An auspicious debut. . . . Stripped of artifice and the mere effects of formal pyrotechnics, these poems move by ear and intellect, pushing and pulling at the real with precision and mystery.”—Ammiel Alcalay
“Poetry reinvents itself in Plato’s cave, where nothing can be seen but the mind’s agile resources climbing the walls of our present, real world. Perplexed at the moment of certainty, estranged at the moment of intimacy, these poems illuminate, amuse, and provoke. Plato would have loved them.”—Ann Lauterbach

About Anna Moschovakis

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The daughter of two mathematical logicians, Anna Moschovakis was raised in L.A, studied philosophy and French at UC Berkeley and the Sorbonne. MA, Bard and she is in the PhD program at CUNY while working as an editor at ESPN, and Ugly Duckling Presse, adjuct professoring at Queens College and performing in the rock band SeaFoxx.
Published September 1, 2006 by Turtle Point Press. 96 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Moschovakis's playfully grim debut, a gathering of smart, sometimes puzzling poetic sequences, swears allegiance to fragments, open-ended inquiries, sudden juxtapositions and projects linked to analytic philosophy.

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