Colorado State University Center for Literary Publishing

Poetry

Blackout Starlight: New and Selected Poems, 1997-2015

Aug, 28 2017 | no responses

Bond is particularly adept in his ability to establish accessibility with a poem then, segueing toward phrasing that upends the predictability of linear and associative language, in this way he enrolls the reader and subsequently destabilizes the text (and reader).

Trébuchet

Aug, 24 2017 | no responses

If his poems lampoon the culture of small-town America, Schoonebeek also writes with a genuine awareness of their grievances and the historical conditions which produced them.

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.

Croatoan

Jun, 23 2017 | no responses

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

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