Poetry. "These are poems as performance. There are rather more actions than actors, their relative importance often pointed up with italics and exclamation marks. We develop a thirst for what is going on, without quite knowing what it is. Yet the poems are very precise about preciseness. They will wake you up"—John Ashbery.
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Jeffrey Jullich is the author of PORTRAIT OF COLON DASH PARENTHESIS (Litmus Press, 2010) and THINE INSTEAD THANK (Harry Tankoos Books, 2007). His poetry, criticism, and translations have appeared in numerous journals and magazines including American Letters & Commentary, AUFGABE, Boston Review, CHAIN, ECOPOETICS, FENCE, LUNGFULL!, NEW AMERICAN WRITING, Poetry, Rain Taxi, Shiny, Spoon River, and VeRT among many others. Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA