Colorado State University Center for Literary Publishing


Illusion of an Overwhelm

Jun, 26 2017 | no responses

Resisting single interpretation and clear narrative, John Amen pushes against the conventional through poems that take part in multiplicity.


Jun, 23 2017 | no responses

Your plank boat on the bank / was replaced with dark leaves / in the shape of a boat.

The Light from Certain Houses

Jun, 23 2017 | no responses

Heaven enough, I said, but the door wouldn’t close. / The light kept coming, impenetrable light, / the light from just before a paradise

Partisan of Things

Jun, 20 2017 | no responses

A necessary new translation of a book that looks deeply and astutely at the nonhuman world, recognizing the role such entities play in shaping the assemblage of beings which comprise an environment.

Four Reincarnations

Jun, 19 2017 | no responses

Along with tough images from someone facing the end of life, there are generosity and extravagance in Ritvo’s poems—a result of an imagination on overdrive.

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