Volume I No. 10: March, 2019About RHINO Reviews View All
I have complete faith these pieces are richly satisfactory in the original. But ...
I do not usually choose to read contemporary formalist poetry.
There is treasure here, if you listen deeply.
Monsters I Have Been dismantles a canon with tools that the majority of western experimental poets didn’t know existed.
There are so many poems I want to quote in their entirety ...
Ultimately, there are no easy exits from this forest of fear.
Nobody considers him one of the ten greatest Italian poets of all time or anything like that. But he invented the sonnet.
The line break places the bullet in the sky.
Poems accrete ambiguities and bow beneath their weight like trees ...
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