So Much Noise. by Marc Pietrzykowski
79 pages – $10.00
More poems about piffy, ferns, consultancy, Kentucky, crayons, and gristle. These poems are sneaky, carefully measured, narrative but layered, lyrical but possessive. Feathered, but not like 80s hair. Full of vim.
Where do we put them? In a genealogy? In a drawer?
There goes Mr. Dan, prison guard,
his wife sprawled on the seat beside him
like it was a hospital bed. Then, Sara W.,
her family runs the bowling alley.
She looks ready to bite the head
off a kitten.
Official Publication Date: Nov 19th, 2016