Author: Roberto Harrison (Bob Harrison)
Publisher: Bronze Skull Press (2003)
"This is a poetry that fully embraces lyricism while also openly entangling itself with some of lyricism's more problematic aspects without using irony as an insulating layer. . . . Thoughtful and fluid, with a constantly operative blurred openness operating in the ligatures. . . . A certain imagery and vibe not unlike Vallejo or Jose Lezama Lima—a kind of ranging over fantastical landscapes and inner drama. This is fused with an intense filmic effect with tightly cut close-ups on domestic detail. Almost Stan Brakage-like in places."