Thursday, September 24, 2009

Tinderbox Lawn reviewed by Jory Mickelson

According to Mickelson, "Guess's collection is an example of prose poetry at its best: highly textured, compact, and sharp. But, the work will not please every reader. Those looking for straightforward poems or prose may find themselves flummoxed. Guess’s work demands that the reader collaborate in the reading process, requiring him or her to fill in some gaps." We agree. Thanks, Jory!

Be sure to check out the whole review here.

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