Memories appear and disappear in a meditative work that feels as if it could stop at any moment or continue on forever.
German writer Heinrich von Kleist serves as a starting point for Matthew Fink’s exploration of the Western canon’s gossipy underside.
Fred Moten’s innovative poems investigate the fugitive philosophy of Black sound.
In Wright’s poems the name of the absolute is scrawled in a host of esoteric tongues.
Magdalena Zurawski seeks to store and preserve such experiences in The Tiniest Muzzle Sings Songs of Freedom
The poet casts himself as an escapist reader, amassing archives to be condensed as paraphrase.