A Dark Address
Poems written from 2015-2020. Previews available above.
"What I feel so deeply here is a voice speaking out of the labyrinth that is now -- or maybe at times the labyrinth is a kind of solitary confinement, a maze that somehow refuses to be a maze, the self riddled by itself in a time when the objects we are around do not let us know ourselves. That makes the urgent reach for connection here all the more potent, and I feel that tense urgent need to reach out to an other as the countering tension to the difficulty, even despair, the poems open and confront."
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Poetry collection, full-length