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Beyond The Bother of Sunlight by Sheila E. Murphy and Lewis LaCook Now Available!
"Lewis LaCook and Sheila E. Murphy each make poetry that is based on a heightened sense of the swarming and proteic emotional and experiential – even historical – resonances of the events, processes, and situations of very keenly felt human lives. This means that they both over- and under-lay these processes/experiences with many other things from the complexities of any present moment, so the reader sees/thinks these many things simultaneously, like looking through many transparent layers of images, all superimposed. This is writing that is not so much concerned with presenting any kind of rhetorical moral “correctness” (the most visible – and tedious – mode of American poetry for some time now), as in creating a truly complete human world."
--John M. Bennett