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In a combination of discourse and lyric, paragraph and couplet, Bay Area poet and novelist Laura Moriarty explicates the poetics of a group of writers that resists categorization. This book-length essay uses the work of the California Tonalist painters to articulate new understanding and new possibilities for poetic practice.
|Publication date:||27th May 2010|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Poetry by individual poets,|
LAURA MORIARTY is the author of more than a dozen books, including Rondeaux, Duse, Self-Destruction, Ultravioleta, and A Semblance: Selected Poetry 1975-2006. She is the deputy director of Small Press Distribution in Berkeley, California.More About Laura Moriarty