Poetry. "These cool, beautiful intelligent lyrics take seeing (and especially seeing paintings) as metaphor for everything else: mistakes, regrets, betrayal, despair; and finally are, I think, almost more like paintings than poems-paintings that, as Howard Hodgkin says about the pictures he longs to make will 'speak for themselves'"—Jean Valentine.
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Published May 30, 2003
by Marsh Hawk Press.
Literature & Fiction.