Eileen Tabios on Fruits and Flowers and Animals and Seas and Lands Do Open (Burnside Review, 2015)

Many thanks to Eileen Tabios who has some kind words to say about one of my most recent chapbooks  Fruits and Flowers and Animals and Seas and Lands Do Open (2015), which won 2014 Burnside Review Chapbook Contest. In Galatea Resurrects #25, Eileen says, “I am surprised at the lyricism in these poems, given the method underlying their creation. But perhaps I shouldn’t be surprised, as constraint-based writing has proven often how its discipline paradoxically  frees imagination. In any event, I believe the effect only attests to Leong’s skill.”

~ by Michael Leong on December 2, 2015.

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