Poetry. "In these lean, expansive, wonderful poems, language is a long nervous filament feeling along thought—Beckett or Woolf gone maximally internal and grand. A narrative of interiority, already multiple, already doubled against itself, now and now casting forth, seeking a firm connection to the outside, swept back tidally, resisting. A trenchant diagnosis of an un-ease constitutional and productive and common to all of us."—Catherine Wagner
Lisa Lubasch is the author of four previous collections of poetry, including TWENTY-ONE AFTER DAYS (Avec Books), a selection from which received a PIP Gertrude Stein Award for Innovative Poetry in English. Her other books are TO TELL THE LAMP, VICINITIES, and HOW MANY MORE OF THEM ARE YOU?, which received the Norma Farber First Book Award from the Poetry Society of America. She is also the translator of Paul Éluard's A MORAL LESSON (Green Integer). Her work has been translated into French and appears as part of Un bureau sur l'Atlantique's Format Américain series.
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