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20 pages
Published 2010 by Oystercatcher Press
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Jul 06, 2010 added it  ·  (Review from the author)

The underlying nature of the visible world.
Speculative commotions and elegant disturbances.

In Matina L. Stamatakis’ new chapbook EoS, an internal combustion is at work. (Once again the dawn goddess seems to be ready to open the gates so that her brother Helios can ride the sky.)

// all poem //

Mischievously and delicately arranged all over
the page, the lively poems act like a gravitational pull, while they take up numerous challenges.

In Of Unattainable Knowledge:
// from beginning to his
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has been published in a wide variety of literary/art magazines, such as zafusy, Eratio, Intercapillary Space, Apocryphaltext, The Volta, Big Bridge, Drunken Boat, Word for/ Word, La Petite Zine, Dusie, Inertia, BlazeVox, After Hours, Free Verse, Milk, Coconut, Moria and many more.

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