Poetry. "The question, 'What do men want?' is answered in ECHOLALIA with an erotic diction which bites back. The lines break and reread themselves. They recombine. Response is solicited, imagined, narrated, pronounced, initialed. A hot, peopled world is presented with formal precision. Nouns are proffered in all their tight physicality. Verbs are paradise"--Laura Moriarty.
George Tysh teaches Film Studies and Poetics at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. A recipient of a 2015 Kresge Artist Fellowship, his recent books include A THOUSAND WORDS AND OTHERS (BlazeVOX books, 2020), THE SLIP (BlazeVOX books, 2015), and THE IMPERFECT (United Artists, 2010).Author City: DETROIT, MI USA