Monday, March 23, 2015

Andrew Singer reviews Emanations: Foray into Forever

In the latest edition of World Literature Today poet Andrew Singer writes on Emanations: Foray into Forever. 
Emanations: Foray into Forever is a refreshingly focused collection—focused by staking out a particular frequency of literature to explore. This hefty volume is the fourth in the Emanations series, which seems to be groping toward a renewed, internationalized avant-garde. Series editor Carter Kaplan has assembled fine offerings, and what unifies the whole is the specific range of experiment it hosts—now slyly unruly, now intellectual, now delighted. This is an expression of the range of Kaplan himself, in the (correct) assessment that others of us will enjoy being invited along.
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