Poetry. "By turns erudite and lyrical, esoteric and oracular, profane and ethereal—Joe Doerr's TOCAYO contains multitudes. This vast miscellany, a bravura poetic performance by every measure, signals the aborning of a new, necessary literary idiom for this mashed-up American age: the ineluctable punk sublime." —John Phillip Santos
Joe Doerr is a poet, musician, and essayist whose first collection, Order of the Ordinary, was published in 2003. His poems, reviews, and criticism have appeared in numerous journals including Fifth Wednesday, Notre Dame Review, PN Review, and Stand. Doerr is also the singer and lyricist for the acclaimed dystopic blues band, Churchwood, and Adjunct Professor of English Writing & Rhetoric at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas, where he lives with his wife Mary.
Author City: AUSTIN, TX USA