Poetry. In NOW LAYS THE SUNSHINE BY, Andrew Hughes detunes the lyres, cranks the gain on the harmonium and pitches the amps to wail. Consider something Lyn Hyjinian once said: "The starry angular varieties of recurrent word and changed idea in constellation gather..." and in these dented lyrics you will witness the celebration of an electric objectivity of imaginative expression.
Andrew Hughes divides his time between New York City and Boston. His work has appeared in Forklift, Ohio; Cannibal; Spell; Can We Have Our Ball Back; Bimbo Jim; Puppyflowers; and others. He is the author of Sweethearts of the Great Migration and NOW LAYS THE SUNSHINE BY. He is the editor, with Michael Schiavo, of the journal Tight.Author City: ARLINGTON, MA USA