Poetry. Like riddles, the poems in EARTH ENOUGH enact, in miniature, concealment and revelation. Scrutinizing and then peeling back the surfaces of nature, history, urban and domestic life, and language itself, EARTH ENOUGH makes its way among the world's unities and multiplicities, its coming together and its falling apart, charting the metamorphic churn of reality—moment by moment and syllable by syllable—and its passing away.
Stephen Williams lives in Chicago. This is his first book.Author City: CHICAGO, IL USA