Volume 2 No. 2: August, 2019About RHINO Reviews View All
… like the kind of thing Jorge Luis Borges would know all about and quote from.
A swirl of Americana leaves the backyard askew.
These poems are so agile, they almost make it look easy ...
… the hope of a brighter somewhere shimmers in the shadows.
The poems are still as moving and convincing as ever
Sex, in its sugar and spoil, is at the heart of Ugly Music.
Occasionally, people still find unexploded shells in construction sites.
How to escape the oscillating circuits of history?
Woven between the paeans and worries of fatherhood are troubling memories of the poet’s own family life.
Marnie is a very funny book-length poem about trauma.
You will leave smarter, radically attentive, and pricked alive.
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