Poetry. "SNOW SENSITIVE SKIN is our most comprehensive document of poetics and poetry on both the 'state' and the coming-into-event of wartime since Ground Work and Trilogy, which is to say it resurrects the necessarily incomplete project of Leaves of Grass. Herein is the residue and legacy of Calamus, Drum-Taps, Driftwood, Songs of Parting and more. Herein is Halpern and Brady at their finest analytical, ethical and aesthetic pitch"—Tyrone Williams.
Taylor Brady lives in San Francisco. He is the author of several books of poetry and prose, most recently OCCUPATIONAL TREATMENT (Atelos, 2006), and YESTERDAY'S NEWS (Factory School, 2005). He is active in the Nonsite Collective, and has recently edited the collected essays of Will Alexander for forthcoming publication. Rob Halpern teaches in the English Department at Eastern Michigan University. He is the author of RUMORED PLACE (Krupskaya, 2004), which was nominated for a California Book Award, and DISASTER SUITES (Palm Press 2009), as well as several chapbooks, including Weak Link (Slack Buddha Press, 2009) and Imaginary Politics (TapRoot Editions, 2008). His new project, MUSIC FOR PORN, is forthcoming from Nightboat Books. With Taylor Brady, he also co- authored the book length poem Snow Sensitive Skin (Atticus/Finch, 2007), now reissued by Displaced Press in an expanded edition.Author City: USA