Minuses: poems, The
The Minuses invites us into borderlands battlegrounds between the myriad forms of domination and resistance. Desert, coasts, and interpersonal boundaries provide both context and figure. Destructive nor'easters pummel shorelines. The desert "waxes, waxes," continuing to exert itself. The population of raptor and carrion birds-owls, ravens, and vultures-increases, as human beings abuse one another and themselves under the aegis of patriarchy. Conjuring the literature of the desert, such as If There Were Anywhere But Desert by Egyptian-French writer and poet Edmond Jabès (translated by Rosmarie ...
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