Tuesday, May 15, 2012

“You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake”

The James Laughlin Award is given by the Academy of American Poets to recognize and support a rather unusual (and unique) achievement – a poet’s second book of poetry. For 2011, the Laughlin Award was given to Anna Moschovakis for You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake.

I’ve never read a book of poetry quite like it.

The title suggests a story or a riddle, implying that something is going to happen or unfold, or a challenge or competition is going to begin. Or perhaps a choice is going to be offered. All of these things, or something like them, does indeed happen, as Moschovakis explores technology and technological culture.

To continue reading, please see my post today at TweetSpeak Poetry.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the book on it's way to my house! yea!