Tag Archives: Philip Sorenson
The book is Georg Trakl: Poems and Prose, translated by Alexander Stillmark, who also provides an excellent introduction. I love the book for its expressionism, its grimness, its excess. It’s strange. It’s cinematic; I mean that the book’s images resemble some of my favorite … Continue reading
Are you in Chicago tonight? Go see the ever wonderful Philip Sorenson–editor’s choice pick for last year’s Black Box poetry prize–read from OF EMBODIES with Olivia Cronk, author of SKIN HORSE, at Danny’s Reading Series!!!