Mulberry is Dan Beachy-Quicks dazzling third collection of poetry, and in it he further solidifies his place as one of our most important experimentalyet entirely lyricalpoets. The work of a still-rising star, here the experiment is almost otherworldly: see and hear the poet as silkworm, weaving meditations on nature, art, history, philosophy, and the self. Here is a layered, intricately voiced and utterly assured poet who, with magnifying glass in one hand and telescope in the other, shows us the way to something new and delightful with every reading.
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Published June 1, 2006
by Tupelo Press.
Literature & Fiction.