Poetry. "Michael Coffey's CMYK is a sort of domino theory or primary-color Braille using word replacement for sounds--that is, his words are as if movable spaces, it being possible for these word-spaces like open, brilliant blanks or Guston blocks to be plugged in elsewhere in space. In that sense the text 'adds to' reality"--Leslie Scalapino. "Check out CMYK. It is odd in a strange way, and that's something hard to come by these days. A very particularizing and kind collaboration with it all--a roving, roaming, & re-reading risk--multicolored 'like' words. It says here: 'we belong to the page or the wall.'"--Rod Smith.