Subtexts is a poetry collection that finds the language within language and examines how layers of meaning add and subtract from each other. Brady explores an entirely new way to “write” erasure poetry.
A dreamscape that features this mythical Lilith dominating her lover, giving him immortality but not in the flattering way he hoped.
The book cover isn’t the point-of-sale marketing tool it used to be. Plus, we can do whatever we want because there are no rules.
“It’s dark but there is light at the heart of it,” says Matthew Rohrer about Dan Brady’s book.
It’s nice to have a new book and Matt Cook’s most recent poetry collection, Irksome Particulars, came out this week.
In this post, I talk about designing Paula Bomer’s book of essays, “Mystery and Mortality.”