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William Gaddis and the Thoughts of Others
Quince Suite
The Dead
The Return
Retirement Party, White Plains, 1997
What the River Saw
Restoration of the Empress
Blue Cupola
Ruins of Nostalgia: Nine Poems
An Interview
Moon Witch, Moon Witch
The Cathedral Is a Mouth
The Day After the Day After
You Don’t Have a Father and He Likes Cheese
Nine Flowers in Three Sanctuaries
You Are Traffic
Pud Street
Three Poems
There's a little clot of blood on the right side of my left thumb from an injury I didn’t even know I received. It travels north to the white of the thumbnail with glacial slowness. As it darkens and turns brown, I wait for the day I can reach in and scrape away this crust of blood.
After Three Years, He Said, These Little Trees Will Bear Fruit
Bad Northern Women
The Open Water
Four Poems
Four Boxes of Everything
Palace of Rubble
Every Day I Want to Fly My Kite
Obituary for Dead Languages
Pressed with copper, inked on vellum, Ortelius’s 1570 Theatrum orbis terrarum (the Theatre of the World) was an atlas of the visible, the earth as stage, the seas as audience, 160 maps graphing possibility, illuminating the desire for the unexplored.
Death Sentences
Saved for Last
Dressed in the Absurd Clothes of the Time: Thoughts on Translation