Words on Edge (Black Square Editions, 2018) reviewed at Galatea Resurrects

Many thanks to Eileen Tabios for her appreciative words on Words on Edge: “WORDS ON EDGE is…a testament to the freedom and freeing found when one operates within constraints…one might say that WORDS ON EDGE very much reveals its times: a world on edge…Reading the book is a RECOMMENDED path if you appreciate music, humor, and wisdom.” See the full review here.

I’ve been reading and enjoying Eileen’s exquisite Murder Death Resurrection recently out from Dos Madres Press. In its anaphoric use of the phrase “I forgot…” it’s both meandering and moving: “I forgot strolling through streets and seeing their dimensions as Paul Eluard’s measurements: wounds that simply would not close.”

~ by Michael Leong on June 23, 2018.

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