Poetry. California Interest. Alli Warren's I LOVE IT THOUGH looks hard at the material and affective world we've inherited, including the ordinariness of the sublime and the sublimity and transcendence of what's most ordinary. This book makes meaning of our contemporary moment, both sharp and vulnerable, concrete and musical. These poems are committed to living in the present, delirious with outrage and hope for something better.
Publishers Weekly reviewLauren Shufran @ Entropy
Alli Warren's most recent published works include I LOVE IT THOUGH (Nightboat Books, 2017), DON'T GO HOME WITH YOUR HEART ON (Faux Press, 2014), and Poetry Center Book Award winner HERE COME THE WARM JETS (City Lights Publishers, 2013). Her writing has been published in many journals and magazines, including Poetry, The Brooklyn Rail, Jacket, and Rethinking Marxism. She previously co-curated The (New) Reading Series at 21 Grand, edited Dreamboat Magazine, and co-edited The Poetic Labor Project.Author City: OAKLAND, CA USA