Poetry. NORTH OF ORDER is a book length poem concerned with the locality of what is lost. In part a distorted reconfiguration of the pastoral—and thus imagined—landscape as it appears through the lens of elegy and eros, "North" attempts to establish a sense of what it means to miss what wasn't ever there to start with, departing from the world of things in order to return unsaved.
Nicholas Gulig was born in Wisconsin, educated in Montana (BA) and Iowa (MFA). From 2011-2012 he was a Fulbright Fellow to Bangkok, Thailand. Currently, he lives and teaches in Colorado where he is a PhD candidate at the University of Denver.Author City: DENVER, CO USA