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It’s go in horizontal

Selected Poems, 1974–2006

Leslie Scalapino

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Internationally recognized as one of the most innovative writers in America today, Leslie Scalapino persistently challenges the boundaries of many forms in which she works—poetry, prose, plays, and more. This outstanding volume includes work from sequential and serial poems written over thirty-two years. The poems demonstrate ideas and inventions in writing, and how one writing invention leads to the next. Three series are selected from the long poem way, about which Philip Whalen said, "She makes everything take place in real time, in the light and air and night where all of us live, everything happening at once." Recent poems, such as those from "DeLay Rose," appear to leave the page itself as a single infinite line in which the actions of individuals and occurrences in the outside world are synonymous, mysterious, and simultaneous. It's go in horizontal is a dazzling entryway into the oeuvre of a daring and powerful writer.

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intense emotion, perception, american essays, american literature, innovative, american drama, consciousness, page turner, politics, 20th century american literature, contemporary poetry, american prose, complex, reflection, beat poets, experimental prose, language poets, desire, religious poetry, suspense, american poetry, united states of america, intense, memory, meditation, human struggles, soul scientist, 21st century american literature, religion, engaging