The first of two solicited blurbs has arrived, and I'm most pleased. It comes from Tony Lopez, Professor Emeritus of Poetry at Plymouth University and author of False Memory (Salt, 2003), among many other works.
"Here’s a new anthology with a job to do, which introduces a whole range of committed writing at the intersection of the personal and political. Here is the text of war, nature after ecological threat, ID in the information age, autobiography and displaced language turned into poetics, sexuality, anger and love. It’s a beautiful sampler, a way in, and a report from the front: very soon now it will be indispensable."