Monthly Archives: June 2015

Roland Prevost’s singular first collection

Roland Prevost. Singular Plurals (Chaudiere Books 2014). In his first book, Singular Plurals, Roland Prevost offers a smorgasbord of his work so far (well, from 2005 to 2010). Thus, letting the reader dawdle among the wide array, picking & choosing, … Continue reading

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Michael Boughn has a City in mind

Michael Boughn. City Book One: Singular Assumptions (BookThug 2014). Those who know Michael Boughn also know of his great admiration for Charles Olson’s work. The back cover of City informs us that it takes ‘Charles Olson’s “Poem 143 – the … Continue reading

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