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Poems become footnotes, or they bleed across columns to create new meanings, or they are reversed, line for line, at exactly the midway point and "played back" until they take the form of screenplays, billboards, palimpsests, and a shutter roll of film ... in all of these endeavors, Campanioni declares: words are not meant to be static on the page.
Paperback, 174 pages
Published July 16th 2014 by Aignos
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Chris Campanioni was born in Manhattan and raised in New Jersey. He edits PANK, Tupelo Quarterly, and At Large Magazine. Campanioni's debut novel, Going Down, was selected as Best First Book at the International Latino Book Awards in 2014. His poem "Transport (after 'When Ecstasy is Inconvenient')" was a finalist for the Zócalo Public Square Poetry Prize in 2015, awarded annually to the U.S. poet ...more
“To own beauty is the first lie of it.” 8 likes
“The mist after rain, uninterrupted rainfall on rooftops, pitter-patter intellect. The thoughts I leave behind like footsteps.” 4 likes
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