17 oct. 2008


•Ron Silliman. The Age of Huts. 1986. 150 pp.

Early, briliant Silliman, before the Alphabet. "Sunset Debris" is a long prose poem consisting of questions. Then comes "The Chinese Notebook" and "2197," the latter a series of poems in which the same material gets reconfigured in a variety of forms.


To read poetry in greater quantity is to reconfigure one's qualitative relationship to the genre.

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Jordan dijo...

>To read in poetry in greater quantity...