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Kaleidoscopic Omniscience by Will Alexander

In the contemporary American poetry scene Will Alexander stands alone as a unique voice, regularly penning what fellow poet Brian Lucas recently described to me as “oracular, vatic, cosmically penetrating poetry.”  Perhaps the most obvious categorisation is to place him … Continue reading

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“My Interior Vita” by Will Alexander

My Interior Vita was written by Will Alexander as an introduction to his new book of poems, Compression & Purity (City Lights, 2011).  It was also posted on the Poems and Poetics blog by Jerome Rothenberg, which you can access … Continue reading

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