“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
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Published September 1, 2006
by Turtle Point Press.
Literature & Fiction.