"I prize John Koethe's intimate expanses and unsettling reveries, his tender contemplations and odd mental landscapes. He is an heir to Wallace Stevens and John Ashbery and, like them, he gives us the sensation of thinking itself, of a certain fleeting, daily, solitary consciousness rescued from oblivion and held aloft."
-- Edward Hirsch
|Paperback Book, 108 pages||English|
|Harper Perennial (May. 1st, 2000)||Unknown|
|9780060956356||5.10 x 8.00 x 0.27 inches|
|General American Poetry|