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Where Night and Day Become One: The French Poems by Steve Dalachinsky. Selected poems from 1983 to 2017.
"S.D. unacknowledged master of the ever-elusive jazz poem, you read him you’ve got to hear him ’cause he’ll wham yor auditorium." — Clark Coolidge
In the wondrous poems of Michelle Whittaker, "the tired self slipknots a song for her own self to sleep." Even when she meditates on art or mortality, she dazzles with a turn of phrase and explosive imagery. Even when adrift on the music and mystery of dreams, Surge is fueled by feeling. Warmth and compassion power this amazing debut.