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In Felt Treeling: A Libretto

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In in felt treeling, Michael Cross has created a pastoral theatre in which elaborate patterns of resemblance are poetically measured by counter-voiced assertions of autonomy and difference. The world is invited to “err” and to “air” its intentions freely, treely, freewheelingly, treelingly. These poems are “felt” doubly, as both noun and verb, with their layered emotional ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published 2009 by Chaz Press (first published October 1st 2008)
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Pascal
Simply dazzling. Cross has created a lush, sonically compelling work that is purely original. A must read for anyone with a stake in contemporary poetics.
Rodney
Opera conceived as areas of Zukofskyian syntactic intervention, “thread left hover” like trees held up in air.

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