Poetry. Whether it's addressing the grotesque in daily scenes or upsetting the norms of professional culture, Joe Wenderoth's fifth collection resonates with his signature intellect and disturbing humor. He is at once an aesthete and an iconoclast who brings inventive force to American poetry.
Publishers Weekly starred reviewEric Dean Wilson @ The RumpusBlake Butler @ The Distortion of SoundDrew Kalbach @ Actuary Lit
Joe Wenderoth grew up near Baltimore. He is the author of NO REAL LIGHT (Wave Books, 2007), THE HOLY SPIRIT OF LIFE: ESSAYS WRITTEN FOR JOHN ASHCROFT'S SECRET SELF (Verse Press, 2005) and LETTERS TO WENDY'S (Verse Press, 2000). Wesleyan University Press published his first two books of poems: Disfortune (1995) and It Is if I Speak (2000). He is Associate Professor of English at the University of California, Davis.Author City: DAVIS, CA USA