“With Stevensian proliferations and Dickinsonian refractive speed, Enter Invisible puzzles without ruse, conveying a lightning-quick mind, always electric, fiercely inventive. The descriptive angularities, formal variance, and musical resources are sassy, tricky, and intriguing, full of razzle-dazzle and enormously beguiling, even as a tragic sense simmers within their mar...more
Paperback, (Woodford Reserve Series in Kentucky Literature), 80 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Sarabande Books
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Another book to add to my growing list of poetry volumes that play with fairy tales (as well as cartoons, children's science textbooks, forms, and Wallace Stevens's brain!) I am kind of infatuated with Catherine Wing's coy, smartass, playful, no-risk-is-too-great voice. She jumps off every metaphorical, formal cliff and it's fucking great.