Poetry. There are fissures in quotidian details, light in the cracks of our daily lives, and nowhere are these gaps, reliefs, ands releases better displayed and bridged than in this book, Chris Glomski's third collection of poetry. With characteristic intelligence and skill, the poet illuminates the *right* details and brings his artistry to recalling and connoting the scenes memory brings to bear, as narrative, event, and non sequitur.
Chris Glomski was born in Pueblo, Colorado, and has mostly lived in or around Chicago. He is the author of TRANSPARENCIES LIFTED FROM NOON (Spuyten Duyvil, 2005), THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND OTHER POEMS (The Cultural Society, 2011), and LIT UP (The Cultural Society, 2017). He lived in Pisa, Italy, from 1991 to 1992, and translates Italian poetry as an intermittent pursuit. Author City: CHICAGO, IL USA