Literary Nonfiction. Using his Denver apartment as a central locale, Erik Anderson walked a path that traced the letters Pastoral between February and March 2007. Navigating the various curves and corners of the city streets, Anderson charts the experiences of a writer in a man-made environment. Explorative, adventurous, and insightful, Anderson's meditations serve as a compelling social and aesthetic commentary.
Author City: DENVER, CO USA
Erik Anderson's critical and creative work has appeared in American Letters & Commentary, Witness, The Laurel Review, The Poetry Project Newsletter, Versal, and Rain Taxi, among many others. A former contributing editor at DENVER QUARTERLY, he co-edits the mail-art magazine Thuggery & Grace and holds degrees from the University of Michigan, the University of Denver, and Naropa's Kerouac School.
Reviews and Other Links
Paula Koneazny @ Rain Taxi
Nora Ananke @ Fogged Clarity
Greg Bem @ Richard Hugo House
Amanda Goldblatt @ The Collagist
Don Share @ Squandermania and other foibles