[UCP Books]: Particle and Wave
– Library Journal
|Publication date: April 1, 2014||978-0-226-09619-3|
“The poetry of everyday (and not so everyday) objects has seldom been as strikingly realized as in this exciting first collection.”
“Smart and brilliantly inventive, the poems are as malleable, and shimmering, as mercury.”
“Written with gemlike precision and unfailing musicality, with exhilarating flights of imagination and gentle moments of recognition, these are poems for heart and mind in tandem, as for the particle and wave in competing theories of light.”
“Enticing and resonant, these are poems that stay with you, ‘a scrap of a verse repeated / like a flag flying in the skull.’”
Benjamin Landry is a Meijer Post-MFA Fellow at the University of Michigan.
Please contact Micah Fehrenbacher at (773) 702-7717 or email@example.com for more information.