according to a book description on the back cover of P. Inman's collected poems
"The most radical." I'd love for someone to take this on.
A 727-page book. Professionally conceived (I mean that positively). Craig Dworkin's Introduction is interesting.
So who would like to receive this brick (to know me is to know I adore poetry bricks) by reviewing it for Galatea Resurrects? I can think of three regular GR reviewers up to the task (and you all read this blog) -- will I get a hit?
Actually, many of you are more than capable. If you have the time and desire.
I'd take it on but I'm currently writing a 727,000-page book so am a bit pressed for time. But if you have the time and desire, I'd be delighted to hear from you. GalateaTen@aol.com
Meanwhile, it looks like this:
I am generally untouched by any "most ___" description. But what does move me is the commitment and ambition in a poet that would come to be manifested by such a poetry brick. Respect.
(There are other compelling poetry titles deserving review HERE.)