Seven Into EveneBook - 2006
Seven Into Even reworks Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene in counterpoint to the seven deadly sins, and brings these vast references through a mesh of contemporary settings and issues in a series of poetic installations. The number seven works as an organizing principle: the book struggles with narrative and its constraints, questioning the development of characters as a poetic device, and reflecting on itself as it builds. Seven Into Even is prose poetry at light speed, intermingled with the luscious slowness of short line leaps. Its seven sections explore the geographical spaciousness and lo.
Publisher: Chicago : ECW Press, 2006.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (92 p.)