PROFESSOR. POET. FIGHTER. PORTUGUESE-AMERICAN: AN INTERVIEW WITH CARLO MATOS
Clayton Eshleman’s Anatomy of the Night
I have been reading — & rereading — Clayton Eshleman’s An Anatomy of Night (published — details here — by Blaze Vox [Books] in 2011) with great, & indeed, increasing pleasure over some weeks now. It is vintage Eshleman, that is, the strength & power of image-making, always his forte, & the muscular & nervous dynamic that organizes & drives these knotted metaphorics forward, have in no way diminished with time — & combine to make for rich & dense poetry.
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Hurray! There nice review of Crying Shame over at Pebble Lake Review.
Crying Shame by Jeffrey Morgan
Jeffrey Morgan’s first collection of poems, Crying Shame, is a book of dichotomies, exploring the occasions when, as he notes in “Rescue Excerpts,” “the line between the two groups muddles.” The first section in the collection, “How Word Is Passed,” sets up this paradox and overlap of memory, history, and desire, and how they work both with and against each other. This confusion returns in the last sections, “Little City Shame” and “Big City Shame,” however, Morgan provides no answers; instead, he leaves us with unsettling, but vivid, images.
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A review of recent works by Urayoán Noel
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SHE, A BLUEPRINT: The Exhibition
Michelle Naka Pierce (text)
Sue Hammond West (image)
with Marc Devine (tech)
June 11 – August 1, 2012
Please come to the reception:
Tuesday, June 19
from 5:15 – 7:15 p.m.
gallery hours . mon - sun 9 – 6
Naropa University . Lincoln Gallery
2130 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder . CO . 80302
303 . 245 . 4637
She, A Blueprint . $25.