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Nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award
& chosen by Publishers Weekly and the Poetry Foundation
as one of the Best Books of 2009.
“He seems to be doing everything.”
Daniel Handler, The Believer
“...a singular book full of pathos. .”
-Ben Mirov, Sink Review
"...I know that I'm going to be reading everything Christian Hawkey writes."
"Spectacularly inventive in its phrasings, unabashedly traditional in its themes and fluidly postmodern in its syntax..."
“...like stepping into a garden where the paths don't quite link up.”
Tom Dvorske, H_NGM_N
“In one poem, he orders a cheeseburger; in another,
he sees a movie.”
David Sewell, Coldfront
“Reading her is agreeing to a voyage of discovery,
rife with playfulness and smarts.”
“...halfway between the end of time...and the next thing,
as yet in the shadows...”
Matt Hart, Coldfront
Trans. Graham Foust & Samuel Frederick
"Foust and Frederick have done us all a great favor.”
Alex Estes, The Rumpus
"Myles navigates contemporary landscape
with seemingly effortless wit and tenderness."
Trans. Sarah Valentine
“ Aygi's work shows how even simplicity can be revolutionary...”
Amy Henry, HTMLGiant
Trans. Alejandro de Acosta and Joshua Beckman
“...makes a strong case for the power of lyric brevity...”
John Keene, Drunken Boat
“...row after row of mercilessly if haphazardly applied Wite-Out...”
Ray McDaniel, Constant Critic