"Spontaneous Particulars", Susan Howe

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"Spontaneous Particulars", Susan Howe

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Susan Howe is one of America's foremost poets. Her books include "My Emily Dickinson", "Pythagorean Silence", "The Midnight", and "That This", among many others. In this, her latest, she writes about what she calls the Telepathy of Archives, and the way in which physical archives and her physical movement through them has grounded her poetic practice. Remarkably open to the reader's own capacity to make connections among the images and quotations she presents, this book is another instance of Howe's pretty stunning contribution to and expansion of what we consider poetry.

Some of Howe's work was featured at the recent Whitney Biennial, and we highly recommend checking out the exhibition she made for our friends at YU in Portland, Oregon. You can learn more about the YU exhibition here

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