By Bernadette Mayer
“She writes as though every thing have been nonetheless attainable within the paintings of a life-time on the twist of fate of the entire turvy moments. greater that she’s learn with no notion to forestall. top so this global is located changed.” —Clark Coolidge
“What a transparent, insistent future health there's here––as if the so-called global have been heavily the purpose, which it really is, and lets really reside in it, which we do. actually this is often the easiest How To ebook i have learn in years. Bernadette Mayer makes a diverse global of actual humans in actual occasions and areas, a truth of affection and loving use. She has impeccable perception and humor. She is a consummate poet irrespective of what’s for supper or who eats it. may that each one genius have been as generous.” —Robert Creeley
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A Bernadette Mayer Reader (New Directions Paperbook) by Bernadette Mayer