Tag: Abendroth

 Landscape and Sorrow in Three Experimental Texts

Review by Kristina Marie Darling   In much of contemporary poetry, landscape becomes a convenient vehicle for dramatizing the inner life of the speaker.  And so the florid hills that surround us, with their clean lines and small enclosures, serve as a simple metonymy for complex emotional and intellectual discoveries.  What’s more, these narratives are related to us from a distance,… Read more →