Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed

These poems explore the minute crevices inside of that variation, where shreds of half-recalled American history, desire, and overheard coffee-shop conversations collide.
G.C. Waldrep

What you hold will reach into you in the way of the tattooer’s inks ballooning lakes of owl under your skin.
Abraham Smith

A charged read—brainy and brilliant.
Cole Swensen

Available now from Shearsman Books. More information here.

Recommended by the Poetry Book Society as one of their Spring 2019 selections.

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Rupert Loydell: Forces in Motion

Joshua Corey: E Pluribus Unum

Genève Chao: We Go Nowhere All the Time.

Poems from Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed:

“A Thousand Years of Staring I-VI” in The Laurel Review 48.1. Print.

“America,” “Ownership,” “Evolution,” “Number Nine,” “Travel,” and “Dying” in the winter 2015 Kenyon Review Online. Online.

“Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed” in Omni-Verse. Online.

“Body Map Symposium” in Verse Magazine. Online.

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