Poetry. "These poems are kindred with Aram Saroyan's in their restraint; Ernst Jandl's in their permutational acrobatics; and Robert Creeley's in their microtonal registers of subjectivity. Sigler's mantra might be that slapstick speaks louder than words, his poems imploding with what they imply"--Monica de la Torre.
Jeremy Sigler was born in 1968 in Baltimore, Maryland. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania and UCLA. He is the Associate Editor of Parkett and a critic in Yale University's sculpture department. In 2006, he was awarded a Lannan Foundation residency in Marfa, Texas. He lives with his wife and daughter in Brooklyn, New York.
Author City: BROOKLYN, NY USA