George Essays by some of our finest writers who elucidate George Quasha’s unique achievement as poet, artist and thinker.
ZERO POINT POIESIS gathers essays by some of our finest writers—Vyt Bakaitis, William Benton, Edward S. Casey, Chris Funkhouser, Matt Hill, Andrew Joron, Robert Kelly, Burt Kimmelman, Kimberly Lyons, Cheryl Pallant, Tamas
Panitz, Carter Ratcliff, Gary Shapiro, and Charles Stein—who elucidate George Quasha’s unique achievement as poet, artist and thinker. They’re complemented by Thomas Fink’s interview with the poet on the poetics of preverbs.
Literary Nonfiction. Essays. Poetry.
Burt Kimmelman is a distinguished professor of Humanities at New Jersey Institute of Technology. He has published ten collections of poems as well as nine volumes of criticism (including three monographs, one of them the first full-length study of the work of William Bronk), and well over a hundred articles mostly on literature, some on art, architecture, and culture. His latest book is VISIBLE AT DUSK: SELECTED ESSAYS (Dos Madres Press, 2021). His eleventh collection of poems, STEEPLE AT SUNRISE: NEW POEMS (Marsh Hawk Press, 2022), is forthcoming in 2022.