New York : Ecco, c2002.
LibraryThing member abirdman
Jorie Graham is brilliant. Her poetry can be extremely cold and distant-- sometimes opaque-- but is almost always worth the effort to decipher. This is poetry which is the opposite of "daily inspiration" reading, requiring a prodigious investment of time and attention. She writes about the biggest ideas our minds can wrap themselves around-- existence and meaning. Read this book to feel very smart.