In Opon, Peter O’Leary writes on the editing of Ronald Johnson’s ARK, forthcoming from Flood Editions in November.
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Graham Foust’s To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems receives a thoughtful review by Andrew Nance in the latest issue of Colorado Review: “In fact, much of the pleasure that one derives from reading Foust’s new book is in the feeling of being swung from one eddy to the next. The subject is established, flung from its place, and sometimes, comes to rest somewhere else entirely. The pleasure is visceral. It’s palpable. The air seems to swirl with it. In this stunning new collection, Foust has expanded beyond himself and his previous work. It is a daring departure that gives one the concrete sensation that new ground is being discovered and that we, fortunately, are lucky enough to witness the poet as he charts it.” Read the full review here.