Author: Steven Salmoni

Steven Salmoni is the author of A DAY OF GLASS (Chax Press, 2020) and the chapbook Landscapes, With Green Mangoes (Chax Press, 2011). Individual poems have appeared in journals such Nerve Lantern, Fact-Simile, N/A, Spinning Jenny, Versal, Sonora Review, and Bombay Gin, and a selection of his work was also included in the anthology The Literary Field Guide to the Sonora Desert (U of Arizona Press, 2016). The majority of his critical/scholarly work has focused on Henry James, specifically with regard to his travel writings and to the "international theme" in his fiction, and he has published articles on these subjects in Studies in Travel Writing, The Journal of Narrative Theory and The Critical Companion to Henry James. More recently, he has been studying modern and contemporary experimental poetry, often with regard to its relationship to phenomenology, poststructuralism and critical theory. In 2012, he contributed the article "Spectres Of Benjamin: (Re)Presentation And (Re)Semblance In Charles Bernstein's Shadowtime" to the Salt Companion to Charles Bernstein. He lives in Tucson, Arizona, where he directs the Writing and Literature Programs at Pima College's Northwest Campus and serves as the Department Head for Communication Programs. He has been one of the directors of the poetry and art presentation nonprofit organization POG, Inc., for nine years.

A Day of Glass
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A Day of Glass

Chax Press

Poetry. "A fearless exploration of how to proceed with inhabiting our language, when our words and our beloved lucid and reasonable sentences no longer seem to adhere to a common notion of reality. This poet is opened up to the fluid nature of our s...

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