Of William Reichard's new poems, Kathleen Jesme writes: "These superbly resonant poems explore the evanescence of things and the revelation of what lies beneath. The poet confronts this paradox: 'You cannot translate an object, not even one as light as a feather, into language.' Throughout this collection, Reichard bravely struggles with what can and what, underneath that, cannot be named. Yet this volume is a triumph in that he ultimately succeeds in translating what he sees into language 'beautiful as the sun, whispers and roaring all at once, more complex than any other thing in this world.'”
11 x 17 cm
staple-bound & wrapped in a paper band
printed & bound in Nottingham, UK, by Tompkin Press Co., Ltd.
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